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Re: new tyres

Post by Thumper » Wed Apr 03, 2013 9:22 pm

Trelleborg seem good. I've had 2 tyres from them at a reasonable price and I have 2 more on order.

Wynne, the Trelleborg boss is an ex-army trials guy.

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Re: new tyres

Post by gegdonnell » Wed Apr 03, 2013 9:40 pm

Have audited the storage of rubber components in defence and aerospace industies. And manufactures such as Trelleborg state the storage temperature, humidity etc. and shelf life. The average stockist or garage may not meet the manufactures storage recommendation, and thus shorten the shelf life of the rubber components.
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Re: new tyres

Post by Wirralman » Wed Apr 03, 2013 9:47 pm

Geraint
I think you've edited this and it now says
Have at Trelleborg tyres website and there not cheap
whereas you did ask if they were good.

See FAQs sect 7 They are very good for some tasks but unsuitable for others. It really depends what you want to use them for- horses for courses etc.

I think they've rebranded to Mitas now
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Re: new tyres

Post by gegdonnell » Wed Apr 03, 2013 9:57 pm

Yes Eric your correct, i checked their website, and they have wide range tyres for off and on-road , i was recommended Trelleborg by a colleague in work. And was not criticizing the company or range of their products
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