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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 24-11-2019, 12:58 Thread Starter
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Murvi Morello needs new tyres

The tyres on my Murvi are approaching six years old so will need changing for its next MOT apparently. I currently have fitted Bridgestone 215/70 R15. These are very good tyres but are of no use on wet grass. I will need to change all 5 so I am looking for a company who would do me a deal.

Does anyone have any recommendations of tyres or companies to use?
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conti 4 seasons are good and you can get them in 225/70 r15

and fit ducatos no problem that normally have 215/70 r15

they can also carry a bit more weight

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Check out Blackcircles.com once you have decided on what tyre you want. Their prices are very competitive AND include fitting at a location of your choice. I have been using them for many years. They have a huge turnover so the tyres havenít been sitting around for months in a warehouse!

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murvi morello needs new tyres

Thank you for the replies Powerplus and Mrplodd I have made note of you replies and will purchase accordingly.
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For problems driving on wet grass i would suggest you consider Michelin Crossclimate tyres that are now available in commercial sizes

These are All Season tyres with the necessary tyre markings ( three peaks) to be acceptable on European roads in the winter

https://www.michelin.co.uk/auto/tyre...s-crossclimate

ďA unique tread-pattern to maximise traction on soft grounds (snow, mud, grass, gravel...), combining:

V-Shape sculpture, with massive tread-blocks for optimal gearing.
Full-depth sipes with sharp edges, for long-lasting clawing effect.
Wide grooves with self-cleaning capacity.l
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