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Date Registered: 08-2009
Location: Deception Bay Q.L.D Australia.
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Hi Guy,s though i would add my two cents worth,
        A.215/65R16
        B.Maxxis UA603
        C.$ 199 each fitted & balanced.
        D.Very happy excellent grip very low road noise no problems at this stage had
        them fitted on the 5/12/09 at 73.742 kms so time will tell.
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Date Registered: 12-2009
TOTAL POSTS: 9
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Hey all,

Just splurged on some new tires just over a week ago. Was so close to getting Bridgestone OEM but even with the discount my mate could get me i spent about 70 extra per corner.

Ended up with Pirelli Scorpion STR
 A. 215/65R16 98 V
 B. 90% Road 10% Off
 C. $225 a corner was the best i could find, seems like a big rise compared to some of the older posts i've seen.
 D. Happy with the choice when comparing to the Coopers i had, much better grip in the wet which was what i was after. Well see how we go after a few thousand K's

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Date Registered: 04-2005
Location: melbourne
TOTAL POSTS: 154
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quote:

tja wrote:

1. Bridgestone D694 AT 235/60/16

2. 50/50

3. $1000

4. Brand new but will update later. 1st impressions are not much road noise, plenty of grip in the dry on the tarmac. looking forward to getting them dirty.




These were installed at around 50,000km, now at 135,00km. Rotated front -> rear once, fronts still have 4mm tread depth, rears are at the indicators or beyond. These tyres have been absolutely fantastic, and would recommend them to anyone. Anyone who can now afford $310 a tyre. So sadly I will not be buying these again, not at that price, unless somebody knows somewhere in melb who can get them for ~$250?

The car is going in on Wednesday for some yokohama geolandar AT-S. Any updates on these yokos? I wanted to get the Geolandar AT+II but I think they're discontinued now? Quoted price for the yokos is $225 a tyre.






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Date Registered: 10-2008
TOTAL POSTS: 5
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A. Cooper CS4 Touring. (215/60/17 96T)
B. 90% road 10% off road. Graded as M&S all season tyres.
C. Cost was $1120 fitted & balanced for set of 4 at Tyrepower Moorabbin.
D. I chose these tyres because I wanted to stick with the original tyre size as nothing bigger would fit in the spare wheel cavity and the tyre type suits my driving blend.

Impressions after 2 weeks compared to the original Dunlop Grandtrek ST20s.
Dead quiet!
Much better dry road grip.
More comfortable ride, even at 40PSI.
Vastly superior wet weather grip.
Look much better.
Much better road feel through the steering wheel.
Much more predictable when driven hard.
Very good on gravel, grass and shallow mud, but I haven't done any real off roading yet.
Fuel economy improved by 0.5l per 100km.
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Date Registered: 09-2008
Location: Wyrallah. N.S.W.
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A. General Grabbers AT2; All Terrain Tyre.
B. 215/65R16.
C. 60% /40%.
D. $240 per corner, fitted & balanced,
E. Tyrepower Lismore.

(Edited as requested.)

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Date Registered: 04-2010
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i have maxxis MAZ1 these are a performance road tyre
235/50r18
pure road but looks like it could handle a lil sand and dirt
about $300 per corner i did not pay that as i sell tyres
JAX Quickfit sutherland

very good tyre much less body roll in the corners on road
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Date Registered: 10-2005
Location: way west of Mareeba FNQ
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A. Yokohama Geolander A/T-S
B. 215/70/15
C. 70/30
D. $238 each, fitted & balanced, plus wheel alignment $52, came to $1267 for 5 tyres.
E. Tyrepower Cairns

Fitted last week, and over the long weekend they performed well on everything from wet and dry sealed roads, to varying grades of gravel highways and tracks, plus mud and wet grass on a mountain dairy farm.
Way quieter than the previous CS4s.




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Date Registered: 04-2010
Location: Melbourne
TOTAL POSTS: 4
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A. Cooper CTS
B. 215/70/16
C. 90/10
D. $230 each, fitted & balanced
E. Tyrepower Reservoir

Had BFG A/T and lasted 107,000 with no flats, mainly city driving. Just upgraded recently and a very quiet tyre in comparison, with great traction in the wet. Will see how many kms i can get out of this set.


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Date Registered: 03-2010
Location: Wollongong
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A) Maxxis MA-751
B) 225x75xR15.
C) 70/30
D) $165 ea, Fitted & Balanced

Great All Round tyre, slippery at first but worn in a little now. Nice off road grip.

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Date Registered: 06-2008
Location: Blue Mountains, NSW
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A) Yokohama Geolander AT/S
B) 215/70/16
C) 70/30 with road hazzard warranty
D) $220 each fitted and balanced

Only have had them on for one day and noticed it grips the corners very well.
Sidewall is a little taller and flatter than the stock tyres which give it a more rugged look.

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HERE is my old 2008 T31, ST Series1

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