French Car Show - Lassa Tyres

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French Car Show - Lassa Tyres

Post by suzannefcs » Mon May 18, 2015 3:36 pm

Great news Lassa tyres as used by several motorsport and drift teams (a hugely popular tyre now in the UK) are bringing tyre fitting equipment to FCS 2015 Castle Combe and will be offering great deals. To give them an idea of common fitments tell us your front and back tyre sizes.

If you would consider tyre fitting please let us know to gage interest. We cannot give individual quotes as yet.

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Re: French Car Show - Lassa Tyres

Post by Captain Jack » Mon Jun 01, 2015 5:34 pm

I could do with new tyres...
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Re: French Car Show - Lassa Tyres

Post by steve_earwig » Mon Jun 01, 2015 6:36 pm

For racing, drifting or to and from your place of employment?

I suspect we're very not their target sector...
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Re: French Car Show - Lassa Tyres

Post by rwb » Mon Jun 01, 2015 8:42 pm

steve_earwig wrote:For racing, drifting or to and from your place of employment?
All of the above at the same time :twisted:

I am due for two tyres and will probably need all 4 in the next six months, but they're probably out of my price range. (I'm eying up a pair of part worn Michelin Primacy HP in Rotherham.)
steve_earwig wrote:I suspect we're very not their target sector...
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