Rednut05 said:Prob not but if you aren't driving to fast take the risk. People drive with a mirror missing and things so join them in that.
Mic said:I dont think so.
I overheard today as i was getting my tracking done is that a bubble in the tyre means the threads inside have snapped after hitting something and the only thing left holding that section together is the rubber.
Amps said:Peugeot 307 2.0
The wheels are stock ones so tyre sizes.
I was intending on getting all 4 wheels fully refurbished and replacing the front 2 tyres with 2 I have in the garage Bridgestone Re040`s as the ones that came with the car are cheapo Nangkangs. With about 1000/2000 miles left in them.
Currently the rear axle is on mixed tyres that was down to the last owner. 1 pretty new damaged Perrili Pzero (Pictured) and an Avon with alot of tread on it.
I will have this tyre replaced.
PeterNem said:I'd put the Re040s on the front axel. The Nangkangs on the rear.
Replace the Nangkangs with something better once they wear out, but they will last a fair while on the back.
Put the P Zero in the bin, and keep the Avon as a spare.