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    PIRELLI P ZERO NERO any good ??

    Pirelli P Zero Nero
    215/35zr18 84y – – – £110.96

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    That seems a very good price, I pay around the £90 mark for nankangs. were is tis from if you dont mind me asking

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    Thats a good deal for 18's
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    www.elitedirect.com
    if you call them ask for H he will sort you out
    i only live a 5 min drive from them they send them out as well free fitting or post if i remember

    http://www.elitedirect.com/frameset3.html have a look at the blue zaff gsi

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    nice rims

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    Using Pirelli P7000 215/35ZR18 and I find them great. Having been able to unglue them from the road at all. Wearing well, 12000 on them already and appear only half worn. Plus they are cheaper at £101.67.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oddjob
    Using Pirelli P7000 215/35ZR18 and I find them great. Having been able to unglue them from the road at all. Wearing well, 12000 on them already and appear only half worn. Plus they are cheaper at £101.67.

    thats what i am runing at the mo p7000 215/35/18 they look nice as well
    just need 2 new fronts the p7000 are hard to find now as they are the old model so i am told ?? i find the p7000 very good as well

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    i went from nankangs to pirelli pzero neros, the quality of the pirellis is amasing!! grips well in the wet too!

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    Zaf is very nice




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    P7 replaces the P7000, as does the P6 replace the utter rubbish that is the P6000.

    The P-Zero is a good tyre. If it's good enough for Porche then I guess it's good enough for an Astra.
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