I found mine on fleabay, not nearly as cheap as they were in the summer still a few sets of 195s on thereHi Ive been readin this post with great interest as have been tryin in vain to purchase 4 winter tyres?.............sold out or mega bucks from what I can see.
Did however find some 205 65 15 94H tyres yesterday but dont know if 94 load rating will be enough as standard is 99 or 104 for a T4? has any one got 94 on their vans?
I would love a pair of these
That's great, like I say now you've taken the chance and they do work everyone else can buy them knowing that they work OK,good for you!Well I have driven on my cheap mytyre snow tyres in the snow now and cant believe how good they are. Its almost like being on normal tarmac. I can accelerate I can stop and I can steer.
Im well happy at £46 a corner
These have proven to work a treat for me they get me through just about everything...unsure how they compare to snow tyres :*[/QUOTE][QUOTE
Just to add my input as I was tyreman with the Subaru World Rally Team for 10 years so I do know a bit.
1) forget tyres like this (looks like a Colway or Maxsport rally remould) A forest rally tyre be it new or remould is no good on ice and snow, OK it may be better than a fat tarmac tyre but not much!
Depends on what your handbook says?Not sure if it been asked before but as I have my original steel wheels sat down the side of the house I was thinking of swapping them back over to the van for the rest of winter. The alloys have been pretty good in this snow and ice but its only a matter of time before the get damaged or salt attacks!!.
As 2 of my steel wheels have virtually new tyres I was thinking of putting these on the rear and need 2 new ones, so was thinking of getting x2 winter/snow tyres.
My Q is... is this legal??
I think you would be on dodgy ground if your handbook says (as mine does for my Audi), that winter tyres must be fitted as a set of four, and you only fitted two.yes it's legal you can have 4 different tyres on your car if you choose as long as the tread depth is within the limit.