So what is the collective view of all you experts stay with Dunlop or move to something better??
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You might try posting this in the Suspension / Steering / Brakes / Wheels / Tyres section of the forum for better results.
Here's a couple of recent threads on the subject that I found there:
I'm not much help to you as I have a +2 in the US. The selection of tyres that will work seems to be better where you are than here. Good luck.
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The problem is that they are expensive. I killed two of these with a bad geometry and had to replace my front tires in emergency.
I bought two Vredestein Classic sprint. They behave well but I noticed that when I break hard I block the wheels. This significates for me that the rubber compound is pretty hard.
So there is a real difference between the hard vredestein sprint and the soft XAS FF... and also regarding the price as the Michelin are nearly 3 times the price of the Vredestein...
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