Hi All, thanks for the replies,
The previous wheels had PZero Neros on, which I found to be a soft tyre and were wearing very quickly and made very little noise. I am running over the same bits of tarmac (A46 out of Coventry, M40, A34, A303 and down through Salisbury to Blandford). I admit the driving has only been in the cold snap, and am aware that they harden up. I'm off out again shortly and will check the pressures again. Never really been a fan of Pirellis, so looks as though I'm going to suffer till its time to change all 4 and go for something else.
sorry to hear yours are falling apart, mine have 24k on the clock but no marks or corrsion yet (touches all the wood he can find!)
The buckled wheels I felt through the steering but originally put it down to tracking, It was only when the Mjet was back at dealers did they point it out to me, but willingly replaced them. I'll keep you posted later tonight
Me back again.....just checked TPs with two different gauges 2.4 bar in both, but now the weather's a tad warmer they are a little quieter, best I warm them up before the run home to Coventry on friday or turn the CD up........
Previous Italian Cars:
10 Alfa 159 SW 2.0 JTDm Lusso, 57 Fiat Grande Punto 1.2 360 Active, 08 Alfa 159 SW 2.4 JTDm Lusso, 07 Fiat Grande Punto 1.4 Active Sport, 53 Alfa 156 SW 2.4 20v MJet Veloce, 99 Alfa 156 2.0TS
530i and 59 Cinquecento Lounge (the little lady's)