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Old 22 November 2004, 19:47   #11
Country: UK - Scotland
Town: Edinburgh
Boat name: D Hollins
Make: pacific 38
Length: 10m +
Engine: Twin 212 hp Diesel
Join Date: Dec 2001
Posts: 176
Kwik Fit may be slightly correct in that you could put the same tyre on to a wider rim, just like when you have a car you can change the width a bit without allways changing the rim. And its correct that you could mix the size or tread as long as they matched on the axle. However it is correct protocol to have them all the same. So its really not that difficult after all!

Maybe worth shopping around through other trade suppliers once you have decided which tyre size to go for as I have noticed that Kwik Fit can be tres expensive.

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