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Old 03-21-2010, 01:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I tried doing a google review on them ,but nothing really showed up was wondering if you new if fullway tires are any good? Also what can happen if you buy cheap company tyres?Are thety expected to go bad within the first couple thousand miles or so?
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I tried doing a google review on them ,but nothing really showed up was wondering if you new if fullway tires are any good? Also what can happen if you buy cheap company tyres?Are thety expected to go bad within the first couple thousand miles or so?
never heard of them. There are several no-name chinese/korean/etc tires out on the market now. triangle, nankang, sunny, etc. Ive read reviews on several of these. Seems like everyone says they have decent dry traction, poor wet traction, noisy, and very short lifespan. I think its a waste of money buying these. If you break it down you will probably pay 25%-35% less up front buying these cheap tires but only get 1/2 the lifespan of a good tire. Plus if you keep buying these you will need to pay for mounting/balancing/disposal more often than you would if you got a quality tire that lasted longer. It seems like the initial savings will cost you more in the long run, plus you will be riding on crappy tires.

There are several reasonably priced tires that will give you good life and performance.

What are you looking for in a tire? What kind of conditions will the tire be seeing (snow? rain? cold temps? dry? track?) What size are you looking for?

I would be glad to help you find something that fits your needs.
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Well these tyres are $73 per tyre + free blancing and mounting

As far as conditions go most of the time sunny and sometimes rainy
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Well these tyres are $73 per tyre + free blancing and mounting

As far as conditions go most of the time sunny and sometimes rainy
that is really cheap. what size tires are they? To be honest I dont think you are going to find a good name brand tire for that price. I dont know anything about that brand but I can not imagine they will last very long or give you good traction in all conditions, but honestly I just dont know.

If you are just looking for a cheaper high performance summer type tire you cant go wrong with something like the General exclaim UHP. you might want to look into that tire as well. it is a good tire at a good price.
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How much we talking here? My price range for a tire is about less then $100 per wheel
they are 235/40/18 Tires could be old i dunno
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