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Try Pirelli CN36 185/70/14's, yes I know they are expensive (as everyone keeps reminding me) but they really are worth it and Longstone will send them to you free of postage, they will bring a feel to the steering and handling that moderns can't hope to emulate, excellent grip too and nice and progressive, steering is lighter (than moderns0 at parking speeds too. I had moderns on my S2 for years so have first hand experience of both types and I would never go back.
 

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Okay, thank you all for your suggestions.
The Toyo were my first choice, I run those on my Honda but I could not track those down...
Ended up with Hankook 195/60 14
Can I ask why you didn't go for the CN36's , was it just the price or something else, I'm just curious and am on a mission to covert owners to their benefits - thanks
 

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This time my reason for choosing was based more so on price, im sure the tires are great.
Fair enough, I took a long time to decide because I wasn't convinced of the benefits and paying double for tyres smarts a bit but then I thought I spend a small fortune on my Spider anyway (not essential stuff either) what's a few more Euro?.....
 
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