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    Lightweight compomotive alloys 8x13

    Compomotive alloys x4

    These are very light weight and in good condition
    no buckles or cracks
    fitted with Michelin semi stick tyres half worn
    I've measured the width (8Ē)
    mice got a full set of group 4 wheel nuts so can be fitted to standard studs
    £400 ono
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    Re: Lightweight compomotive alloys 8x13

    Would you post?

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    Re: Lightweight compomotive alloys 8x13

    Not really mate too big.
    Wouldn’t know what company
    I’m happy if you want to arrange mate

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    Re: Lightweight compomotive alloys 8x13

    Any photos of the tyre treads please Tim?

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    Re: Lightweight compomotive alloys 8x13

    Quote Originally Posted by Forest_rallying View Post
    Any photos of the tyre treads please Tim?
    Pic of tread depth
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    Re: Lightweight compomotive alloys 8x13

    Thanks Tim, do you know what compound they are?

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    Re: Lightweight compomotive alloys 8x13

    Quote Originally Posted by Forest_rallying View Post
    Thanks Tim, do you know what compound they are?
    Sorry I don’t
    Does it say anywhere on the tyre

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    Re: Lightweight compomotive alloys 8x13

    Quote Originally Posted by Timsrs View Post
    Sorry I donít
    Does it say anywhere on the tyre
    If they're rated anything like the old Michellin TB's then 5's would be the hardest and 20's would be the softest compound.

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    Re: Lightweight compomotive alloys 8x13

    Quote Originally Posted by rallyrob View Post
    If they're rated anything like the old Michellin TB's then 5's would be the hardest and 20's would be the softest compound.
    Hi
    I’ve looked on them and this may mean something to you
    S308
    20/54-13

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    Re: Lightweight compomotive alloys 8x13

    Quote Originally Posted by Timsrs View Post
    Hi
    Iíve looked on them and this may mean something to you
    S308
    20/54-13
    Ok, no I personally don't recognise the S308, but that maybe the compound. 20/54/13 is the size...

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    Re: Lightweight compomotive alloys 8x13

    Quote Originally Posted by rallyrob View Post
    Ok, no I personally don't recognise the S308, but that maybe the compound. 20/54/13 is the size...
    Ok Rob
    Let me know if your interested
    Cheers
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    Re: Lightweight compomotive alloys 8x13

    Quote Originally Posted by Timsrs View Post
    Ok Rob
    Let me know if your interested
    Cheers
    Tim
    Thanks Tim.

    It wasn't me that enquired about them anyway really, it was forest rallying. I was just sticking my oar into the conversation with regards to the question he asked you about the Tyre compound. Apologies...
    Thanks anyway...

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    Re: Lightweight compomotive alloys 8x13

    S308 is the type, often used for tarmac rallying, they used to be cheap to buy as they were used on F3 race cars.

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    Re: Lightweight compomotive alloys 8x13

    If they are Race tyres they are in theory not permitted for Rallies. Normally it says on the sidewall Not for Highway use. A lot used Avon F3 tyres back in the day for single venue events until they banned them.

    I am like Rob on the compounds of the older TB 15's and SB 20's.

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    Re: Lightweight compomotive alloys 8x13

    Quote Originally Posted by Forest_rallying View Post
    If they are Race tyres they are in theory not permitted for Rallies.
    I didn't know that...

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