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Old 12-09-18, 11:07 AM   #1
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Need two front tyres should I stick with sport 3 or try primacy 4s
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Old 12-09-18, 11:20 AM   #2
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What model? What engine?
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Old 12-09-18, 11:20 AM   #3
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Was just about to post on Michelin replaces myself I not got Sport 3 what ever make they are but Michelin Energy Savers and if I'm to stick with that make I'm being offered Primacy 3 or Primacy 4 and would like to know which to use on my 2 fronts.

I'm also wondering if people stick to original fitted make.

( Hope you don't mind me jumping in your post.)
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A few month ago I took a set of Primacy 4. So far I'm very satisfy with them.
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Sorry 2016 308 gt line
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But, why you want just front new tyres?
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Because the rears are ok
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Because the rears are ok
So, try to put them at rear, maybe? Or they are so bad?
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Only 3mm left need new ones
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Only 3mm left need new ones
In my case its advisory on the MOT pass to replace the front two as nearing legal limit of thread and cracking.

Main dealer as passed all 4 as OK and safe.
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