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Old 10-01-2018, 17:11
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Default 175/70VR13 CN36 - In Stock

Hi

they are here at last

https://www.longstonetyres.co.uk/pir...rato-cn36.html


If you follow this link to my facebook you can see them

https://scontent-lht6-1.xx.fbcdn.net...4b&oe=5AF378CC
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Hi

We have sold lots of these tyres now. could people post pictures of their cars on the new CN36 please, so i can use them for our social media
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Old 22-05-2018, 22:08
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I was sure the tread pattern on the original Pirelli Cinturato tyre was different to the one shown in picture
Is that the original tread pattern ?
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Old 12-06-2018, 12:38
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I think they are right
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Old 12-06-2018, 12:39
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here is the new one
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These tyres are selling well

https://www.longstonetyres.co.uk/pir...rato/cn36.html

You guys are loving them and we only get good reports about them.

We will have a stand at the NEC if anyone wants to come and see them in the flesh
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Come and see these tyres at our NEC stand. we will also have a bar!
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I thought you might be interested to see some other forums about these tyres

https://www.bmw2002faq.com/forums/to...-tires/?page=2
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Bought a full set of 5 a couple of weeks ago from yourselves. , first class service and delivery. Thanks
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Bought 2 set's from you. Nice to meet up at the nec classic restoration show. Paul
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Cheers boys.

I think it is easy to see how ace they look. But i do still think that lots of people are not so sure about the handling. And think a modern tyre is better.

My argument is that the CN36 has many of the advantages of a new tyre (quality control, modern compounds & more grip etc) but importantly has benefits of a carcass that is designed to suit a light weight rear wheel drive car, with relatively soft suspension and the sort of body roll that you don't get from a modern car with clever self leveling suspension etc.

please tell us about the handling of an Escort on a Cinturato CN36. (it sounds more convincing when it comes from someone that isn't trying to sell them
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