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      02-02-2013, 08:16 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by Hotcoupe View Post
The figures worked out slightly differently for me on Camskill.

PSS came out at:
OEM size - £841.00 + delivery
Upsize +1 (235/265) - £919.00 + delivery

Contis
OEM - £756.60 + delivery
Upsize +1 (235/265) - £960.00 + delivery

Food for thought, you might want to think about saving some money

Vredestein Ultrac Sessanta's

Upsized tyres - 235/265 (cheaper than OEM sizes)

£621.20 + delivery
That's odd, I get £790+ shipping for the PSS, using 225/35/19 and 255/30/19.

Re tyre sizes, i've always stuck to the OEM sizes. What are the benefits of going to a larger size? I've only seen people go smaller for cosmetic reasons.

Those Vreds are a tempting price!! Compared to the two above, are they in a different league, or are they pretty similar in terms of dry/wet grip and wear?
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