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Discussion in 'Audi S4/A4/A4 Cab (B8 Chassis)' started by SHANE_MC, Mar 25, 2014.

  1. SHANE_MC

    SHANE_MC New Member

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    Hi Guys

    I need some advice, the dealer who I bought my car off stuck new tryre on the front of it for me but they are cheap ones and now road noise that has recently start coming from them is unbearable.

    Going to replace all four of them. my wheels are 19in rs4's and want to know what you all would recommend for tyres and can you put a wider sort of stretched tyre on the rear?
     
  2. Rich M

    Rich M Active Member

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    I have always sworn by Goodyear Eagle F1's, great all round tyre wet or dry and they don't break the bank
     
  3. Phil-1

    Phil-1 Well-Known Member
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    I wouldn't put stretch tyres on any car. There is a post already regarding this.

    I have just put GoodYears F1 asymmetric on mine and I'm finding them very good
     
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  4. SHANE_MC

    SHANE_MC New Member

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    Thanks Rich and Phil do you know of any goods sites that you can buy these tyres and get them delivered to your door also will it be 255 / 35 / 19 for all 4 of them as that is whats on them at the moment but just double checking that this is correct
     
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    ianv5 Active Member

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    Try here cheaper than camskill: £151.99 delivered!

    I use this site for my motorcycle tyres, ordered on Thursday arrived Tuesday!

    Tyre Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 2 255/35 R19 96Y XL - Tyre Leader
     
  6. Gazwould

    Gazwould Well-Known Member

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    Goodyear Eagle F1 Asym 2 Specials
    To finish the week we have some awesome specials on the Goodyear Eagle F1 ASYM2. Pretty much everyone loves this tyre

    205/45/16 83Y - £79 each inc postage
    205/45/17 88Y - £97 each inc postage
    215/45/17 91Y - £87 each inc postage
    225/45/17 91Y - £78 each inc postage
    225/45/17 94Y - £83 each inc postage
    235/45/17 97Y - £91 each inc postage
    255/40/17 94Y - £120 each inc postage
    215/45/18 93Y - £128 each inc postage
    225/45/18 95Y - £125 each inc postage
    235/40/18 95Y - £112 each inc postage
    245/40/18 97Y - £117 each inc postage
    255/35/18 94Y - £125 each inc postage
    225/35/19 88Y - £127 each inc postage
    235/35/19 91Y - £131 each inc postage
    245/35/19 93Y - £142 each inc postage
    255/30/19 91Y - £158 each inc postage
    255/35/19 96Y - £150 each inc postage
    265/30/19 93Y - £170 each inc postage

    More sizes available if required, just drop us a message
    sales@funkytyres.co.uk


    £150 :anbet:
     
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  7. SHANE_MC

    SHANE_MC New Member

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    Hi Gazwould, my wheels are 19in rs4's on the b8 a4 is the 255/35/19 the correct tyre that should be on it and what is your very best price for 4 of the goodyears delivered to County Antrim
     
  8. Gazwould

    Gazwould Well-Known Member

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    Copied and pasted.

    Not me bud.
     
  9. SHANE_MC

    SHANE_MC New Member

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    Sorry mate, is this someone on the site
     
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    Gazwould Well-Known Member

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    No, but I'm going to have to charge them commission, lol .

    A trader on another car club forum, albeit fairly recent.
     
  11. SHANE_MC

    SHANE_MC New Member

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    Now your talking lol, gona give them a shout in the morning.

    Thanks IanV5 checking that site out too
     
  12. SI-W85

    SI-W85 Well-Known Member

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    Yes 255 should be the size, but if you have lowered it plan on lowering there is nothing wrong with a bit of tyre stretch, look on tyrestretch.com for the various sizes it will have a picture for each tyre size so you know how much stretch there will be for example my new wheels are 10J rear with 245/40/19 and fronts are 9J with 225/40/19 here is a pic off the website of a 9J with 225 tyre on
     

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