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    has anyone tried evergreen tyres?

    Found these in a good size for stretching onto 7" skid wheels and fairly cheap.

    http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/151413178...84.m1423.l2649

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    Trying some Dunlop Direzza ZII starspecs for front tyres

    185/60/14, pretty expensive but see how they go

    stiff sidewall

    200 treadwear and some good reviews

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    been told that lassa impetus revo's are a very good replacement for re001's, if you are in brisbane bossman tyres can get them, i got priced at $99 each for a 185/60/14. not a plug just being helpful

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    Quote Originally Posted by Konakid View Post
    Holy thread revival batman. Ive had a few 15's ive used recently, anyone else add 15 china tyre reviews?

    Achillies ATR Sport 1 195/55/15 400 treadwear: quite grippy in the dry when new, grip tapers off as they wear though. Decently stiff sidewalls but delamed slightly at wear bars tho. Deadly slippery in the wet, like super slippery.

    Derubio ?? non directional 195/55/15 280 treadwear i think: Very grippy in the dry, have done a few long street links in them and havent delammed and prob 3/4 tread still. soft shitty sidewalls though, need good pressure to work well, like 36 cold. Not tested in wet. left blackies and presumably good smoke.


    Want to look at kinforest, maxtrek, rotalla f108, im gonna try kenda comets again i havent since car has been turbo.

    I've tried Kinforest KF880 and I have to say that they are the best rear tyres that I have tried. Good grip throughout but tapers off at the very end, long lasting and minimal delam. This with a stockish 4AGE and 4.77RWP. Got 5 pairs stupid cheap but can't get them anymore since the dealer has switched brands...

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    Seen a few people running Sonar tyres for practice sessions, slow tyre when cold but hard wearing and once it warms up a bit not so bad.
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