Continental tyres in Melb?
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    Default Continental tyres in Melb?

    Can anyone suggest a good (best price) place to buy Continental tyres in Melbourne? I'm trying to chase down a pair of their 145x65x15s.

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    No suggestions?


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    ok I'll get off my arse then
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    Even my 403 is going to run 195/60/15's ...

    145's: cats piss.

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    Try Eastland Tyre Centre in Ringwood - they have been very good to me and my frogs over the years. Stefan drives a Pug himself, and knows his Euro cars well.
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    Stuckey tyres are the best at present for froggie size Michelins, might be able to help with Continentals too

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    in answer to the cat's piss remark (!) the tyres are for my bug, not my pug. Need better wheel clearence in the arches.

    Thanks for the help guys.
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    It might be worth trying a Smart dealer as 145/65x15 is the front tyre size on the Smart Fortwo. They may know of or be able to supply tyres at a reasonable price.......

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