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Old 2nd August 2017, 06:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Kumho PS91 Tyres

Hi everyone, Ive had a search and can't find any posts about these tyres, does anyone have any experience of these tyres? (Sorry if this is in the wrong place, this is my first post on here!)

I've got a new set of Bridgestones about to be fitted but don't anticipate they'll last that long.. for £600 I can get a full set of these Kumho's in the correct sizes. I've had Kumho's on my previous Focus RS and was pleasantly surprised with the grip and ride...

I'd be really interested to hear if anyone has tried these and what they think!

Thanks in advance

Stu (Newbie GT-T owner!)
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Old 2nd August 2017, 07:13 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I doubt they will be the correct load rating for the heavy GTR
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Hi Simon, the fronts are 101 and the rears 104 which is higher than the OEM bridgestones (if i'm correct?)
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They may be alright if you don't like runflats, most runflat haters use Michelin, I say give the Khumo's a try and report back
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These look really good. If they're available in the right size (acceptable for 4wd system), I think definitely worth trying.
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