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OfflineCasbar

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    Re: New Tyres please
    « Reply #30 on: 2019-01-16 19:57:23 »
    Cool  8)

    OfflineOld-Git

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      Re: New Tyres please
      « Reply #31 on: 2019-02-08 12:51:41 »
      Ok so I've just been quoted £390 ish at my local dealer for a set of RP4 GTs. A touch more than I was expecting. Anyone know of cheaper suppliers in the UK? Ta.

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          Re: New Tyres please
          « Reply #33 on: 2019-02-08 18:20:57 »
          Excellent thanks David

          OfflineSullivj

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            Re: New Tyres please
            « Reply #34 on: 2019-02-10 12:08:14 »
            Check openeo.co.uk too. They were the cheapest when I looked.

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              Re: New Tyres please
              « Reply #35 on: 2019-02-10 12:17:43 »
              Alltyres365.co.uk = £216.40 for the pair

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                Re: New Tyres please
                « Reply #36 on: 2019-02-15 23:20:42 »
                Now just £213.44 for the pair... I may have to order soon.


                With over 10k on my original 2012 tyres, they're probably due a change. That said, there's plenty of tread in them still.
                « Last Edit: 2019-02-15 23:26:19 by Sullivj »

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                  Re: New Tyres please
                  « Reply #37 on: 2019-02-15 23:42:44 »
                  Now just £213.44 for the pair... I may have to order soon.


                  With over 10k on my original 2012 tyres, they're probably due a change. That said, there's plenty of tread in them still.


                  Finally! Someone who knows how to ride a motorcycle!! and not just turn petrol into noise/brake dust and black marks on the tarmac   8) 



                  lol
                  The GS 'is' the better bike :-)

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                    Re: New Tyres please
                    « Reply #38 on: 2019-03-10 20:00:31 »
                    I am keeping a close eye on my tyres now they're close to 10k, but they're still performing well and have loads of even tread left.


                    The price for a pair of 4GTs is down to £208 now, but I can't justify that until I NEED them.

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                      Re: New Tyres please
                      « Reply #39 on: 2019-03-11 09:35:46 »
                      So I paid £305 for a set of RP4 GTs fitted and balanced, and for the MOT.

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                        Re: New Tyres please
                        « Reply #40 on: 2019-03-24 09:26:28 »
                        and those RP4s are..... well grip and feel are great, but they have stiffened up the ride. Wish I had gone for differnt tyres now.