Alison replied the topic: Re: What tyres to replace originals?
Phil Berry wrote: Was that a service and a pair of Geolanders Alison ? Surprised at needing new wipers unless there was some damage . A bit of vinegar in solution is handy for removing the crud when they don't appear to be cleaning well.
No service, just the tyres and associated things (tracking? wheel alignment?) We knew it needed wipers, they weren't clearing properly. they are well used as it's always raining where I live
Jeff Powley wrote: Alison, whats your verdict on the Yokohama Geolanders noise wise compared to the old Dunlops?
I'm not sure but I think they may be noisier? And I can't feel any difference handing wise, I was hoping I would.
jeffers replied the topic: Re: What tyres to replace originals?
Quite interesting about there being no real change to the drive, which version of the tyre are they. As Phil noted they may be good on the snow in which case combined with no change in summer running from the Dunlops would be an excellent combination.
6 years 6 months ago#2906by Numbersix aka Phil Berry
Numbersix aka Phil Berry replied the topic: Re: What tyres to replace originals?
Thanks for your candour Alison .The price of convenience .I reckon that you might have got it all done at the dealer for £300. Looks like they could be the choice for anyone wanting better winter performance, like the two bad winters we just had , Mike and Bernie, may become a threesome this year . Can you put a price on piece of mind ?