new shoes time .

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Re: new shoes time .

Post by cockneyrebel » 25 Jun 2016, 13:06

karlos328i wrote:
Prince wrote:I've not long put Michelin Supersports on mine. 235/35/19s and 265/30/19s. Currently known as the best tyres for the E46 M3. Got a good deal though as I only paid cost prices.
i was quite happy with that price tbh prince .i mean lets face it you dont put budgets on an m3 lol
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Re: new shoes time .

Post by Prince » 25 Jun 2016, 13:17

karlos328i wrote:
Prince wrote:I've not long put Michelin Supersports on mine. 235/35/19s and 265/30/19s. Currently known as the best tyres for the E46 M3. Got a good deal though as I only paid cost prices.
i was quite happy with that price tbh prince .i mean lets face it you dont put budgets on an m3 lol
It's not a bad price all round retail tbh. I only pay less because I know people through work.
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Re: new shoes time .

Post by adie » 27 Jun 2016, 11:09

Just got a couple of MPSS's from Camskill, 275/35 ZR19's for £220 each, don't reckon that was too bad when you see what they try to charge locally (in Milton Keynes).
My rears seem to wear out far too quickly.... can't imagine why :lol:

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