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Evening all, Hope your all well!


Thinking about putting winter (not snow) tyres on my iveco daily as it is appalling in the wet let alone the ice, and I reckon that it would be cheaper to buy these than have an accident, or even, not get to a job!


Can anyone recommend a particular brand or do you have any good or bad experiences with them?


Also anywhere that has them at good prices.

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I recently put a pair of mud + snow tyres on the back wheels of my Transit, they seem a bit better but I haven't really tested them yet


Mine are made by Collins, Polish I think, they're retreads

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I have a Daily 35s11 and first sign of snow the traction is useless. so got a spair pair of rims and had a pair of snow/ice tyres [put on. Now when it snows or i'm off road i just put a dicent jack under the tow bar and take a cordless impact wrench and seconds later were away. You should see the looks when ur towing a 4x4 out th snowwith a long wheel base hi top van. LOL


Beware if u want winter tyres they have a softer compound than of rd tyres and all weather tyres are just a con IMO if ur having SOME get SOME!!!!

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