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Alternative to SO2s?


ChesterJLampwick

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I’ve been happily running a set of Bridgestone SO-2s for the last few years, checking the manufacture date code, as shown me the other day by a man on YouTube I’ve decided to change them as September 2014 was a while ago now.

Suddenly I don’t see them for sale anymore, can anyone point me at a source or tell me what they used instead? It’s a 1985 3.2, fronts are 205/55/16, rears 225/50/16.

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i got myself early Xmas present with Pirelli rosso...i love Continental Conti Sport but NLA ..strange it is since my last set was made in Czech Republic and now you cannot even find where it was made here?

Bob when are you going to Czech;-)??

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4 hours ago, proporsche said:

Bob when are you going to Czech;-)??

Funny, I drove past your old place in the Var just last month. Certainly happy memories of that engine rebuild. I'll hopefully make a detour across to Czech when next in Munich. Get the Pilsner in!!

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  • 8 months later...

A few years back when I changed all 4 corners, I couldn't find any PS4's for the rears so settled for a full set of Continental Premium Contact 6's.

These have been very good in all normal driving conditions, I'd say on par with the O2's, They stood up really well at Goodwood yesterday

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