ST alloys for sale

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Robby71
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Robby71 wrote: Sun Feb 04, 2024 6:11 pm I have 2 diamond cut 19" ST alloys for sale complete ready to fit so great as spares

Both have had brand new TPMS fitted (genuine) and have both been freshly balanced

Tyres are both Michelin PS4s buti don't know why the tread patterns are slightly different? both have at least 5mm remaining

Wheel 1 has had a puncture repair in the centre of the tread so isn't a problem but i'm just letting you know. 1 wheel has 2 very tiny chips on the outer lip and the other has 1 tiny chip on the outer edge - all have been coated in clear lacquer so water wont get in though.

These are £180 each collected from Huddersfield or i can send via a courier (Paisley freight) for an extra £22 each or you can arrange your own

Wheel 1

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Wheel 2

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Both together

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Tread pattern will be different because there are different types of PS4s. The version fitted to Puma ST’s from the factory is PS4s FP, should be on side wall. (which is a specific Ford developed tyre) Then there is the standard aftermarket PS4s, the DTI and a number of other manufacturer specials. The tread patterns vary slightly between them and ideally you shouldn’t mix them on the same axle.
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4251 wrote: Mon Feb 05, 2024 6:04 pm
Robby71 wrote: Sun Feb 04, 2024 6:11 pm I have 2 diamond cut 19" ST alloys for sale complete ready to fit so great as spares

Both have had brand new TPMS fitted (genuine) and have both been freshly balanced

Tyres are both Michelin PS4s buti don't know why the tread patterns are slightly different? both have at least 5mm remaining

Wheel 1 has had a puncture repair in the centre of the tread so isn't a problem but i'm just letting you know. 1 wheel has 2 very tiny chips on the outer lip and the other has 1 tiny chip on the outer edge - all have been coated in clear lacquer so water wont get in though.

These are £180 each collected from Huddersfield or i can send via a courier (Paisley freight) for an extra £22 each or you can arrange your own

Wheel 1

IMG_20240204_121812.jpg
IMG_20240204_122942.jpg
100_3090.JPG
wheel1a.jpg
IMG_20240204_122212.jpg


Wheel 2

IMG_20240204_121929.jpg
IMG_20240204_122737.jpg
IMG_20240204_122143.jpg
IMG_20240204_122405.jpg

Both together

100_3101.JPG
Tread pattern will be different because there are different types of PS4s. The version fitted to Puma ST’s from the factory is PS4s FP, should be on side wall. (which is a specific Ford developed tyre) Then there is the standard aftermarket PS4s, the DTI and a number of other manufacturer specials. The tread patterns vary slightly between them and ideally you shouldn’t mix them on the same axle.
Yeah, you can see in the picture that 2 is an FP and 1 is a standard one.

Whether it makes any odds, who knows: I'd guess not, if your driving is remotely sensible for the road.

The PS4S is already one of the best road tyres out there - the difference in the real world grip between tread patterns is going to be marginal. Might make a difference on a track.

Always thought it was a marketing gimmick if I'm honest - would rather ford had put more effort into making the trim clip together nicely, but there you go.
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4251
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Yes pootling around it will make not a lot of difference. If you watch “tyre reviews” on youtube you learn there are big differences between brands and types and even oem vs aftermarket ps4’s, but he tests them to extremes. What he does confirm is every budget tyre he tests are bordering on dangerous at the limits, regardless of what their tyre rating numbers are, in-fact it seems those ratings mean almost nothing. The FP like most other manufacturers OEM versions usually have worse official ratings especially in wet than aftermarket versions, but tested properly in reality it’s the reverse.
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Car now gone so reduced to £160 each
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1 sold so only 1 other available
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