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Author Topic: Ok, the time has come to change my tyres  (Read 14829 times)
Dave Milnes
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Fylde Coast

« Reply #25 on: August 14, 2017, 13:46:36 »

A lot of online sites put a cheap price on out of stock items. If you ordered at that price when it comes in stock they have to sell you one at that price, but they will never let on that stock is in. Typical marketing trick to get you looking at the site and buy something else.

2004 X9 500 Evo in YELLOW - 2016 Maxsym 600i Sport
Anderton 2004, Pen-y-cae 2005, Matlock 2006, Hay on Wye 2007, Minehead 2008, St Florence 2010, Newent 2011, North Kyme 2012, Betsw-y-coed 2013, Hardraw 2014, Parkend 2015, Whitby 2016, Mundesley 2017, Derby 2018, Telford 2019.
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ZX10R, XJR1300, X10

« Reply #26 on: August 16, 2017, 17:16:34 »

I mail ordered my city grip winters from tyreleader.co.uk, albeit couple of years ago now.

Looking on their site again it looks like the rear 150/70-13 is DIS or out of stock - a general famine?

The city grip summer version is still there.

Have you read the reviews for the winter grip.......................
Mike H
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Ural cT sidecar outfit

« Reply #27 on: August 20, 2017, 19:28:06 »

One is identical to the rear, the other is a mirror image reversal, I'm guessing it's the odd one? Or maybe not.

Murphy's 4th law of motion states that any small object that is accidentally dropped will immediately hide itself under a larger object.
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