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/ FS: Set of 4 winter tyres on steel wheels

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Andrew Lodge - on 14 Nov 2017 - user since 19/Sep/07
Price: £80

Set of 4 winter tyres on steel wheels, size 185/65 R15
All in great condition with at least 6mm tread. One has had a professional puncture repair but holds pressure perfectly.
Currently mounted on 5 hole steel wheels but obviously easily changed onto your wheels.

Collection from Huddersfield or possibly meet up in the Peak or even the Lakes.

Great tyres, only for sale as some kind person drove into the car they fitted and wrote it off over the summer.

Thanks
Andrew Lodge - on 18 Nov 2017
In reply to Andrew Lodge:

Cheeky bump for the weekenders on here.
Andrew Lodge - on 09 Dec 2017
In reply to Andrew Lodge:

Come on folks, you really need these on your car this week and I need them out of the garage.

Should fit most small cars with five holes wheels, lots of Polo's, Fabia's etc and will get you anywhere.

Open to offers.
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P Gard - on 11 Dec 2017
In reply to Andrew Lodge:

Sent you an email
big ed - on 12 Dec 2017
In reply to Andrew Lodge:

Do you know if these will fit a Skoda Roomster
thepodge on 12 Dec 2017
Bit more info would be good.

What are the tyres?
What other brands might the wheels fit?

I'm considering some for me Fiesta but your first post tells me nothing.
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Andrew Lodge - on 12 Dec 2017
In reply to big ed:

Hi

As far as I know they should fit most cars with a five bolt wheel.

Thanks
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Andrew Lodge - on 12 Dec 2017
In reply to thepodge:

Hi

The tyres are NanKang Snow SV2, not sure what makes the wheels will fit but as said above as far as I know they should fit most cars with five bolt wheels
OwenM - on 12 Dec 2017
In reply to thepodge:

Fiesta's are 195/60 R15 so they won't fit. I was looking as well.
Andrew Lodge - on 12 Dec 2017
In reply to OwenM:

Not necessarily, it's common to go down slightly in width on winter tyres so they bite in better.

My BMW has 255 rear section summer tyres but 205 winters.

A 195/60 and a 185/65 should have an almost identical rolling diameter.
Just checked them out and they have a 5mm difference in diameter. Much less than the amount you loose as a tyre wears so should fit perfectly well.

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