Free tyre gauge [promotion now ended]

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Free tyre gauge [promotion now ended]

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Nicked from Autoshite:

A free tyre gauge from Bridgestone

I've sent for one as daughter #3 lost mine when it was less that 24 hours old :(
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Post by pug_owner2002 »

Cheers Steve!
I've just ordered mine.
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Post by Paul-R »

Et moi.

Merci beaucoup.
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Post by citroenesque »

And here too. Ta muchly.
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Always love a freebee :)
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Post by Trainman »

Cheers Steve
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Post by citroenxm »

Steve (Trainman) you shouldn't need one with that sufisticated smart car!!

It should tell you itself!.. :lol: :lol:

Mind you, you've pleanty of others that wont! :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Post by KP »

I was going to say they dont need them on Virgin Trains do they ;)

Cheers muchly steve this will help me out with the SSS :)
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Post by ACTIVE8 »

I have just ordered one.

Merci beaucoup as well!
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Post by Trainman »

KP wrote:I was going to say they dont need them on Virgin Trains do they ;)

Cheers muchly steve this will help me out with the SSS :)
Will, you'll be surprised to know that all trains have tyre's, The wheels and Rails are made of harder type of steel than the tyre's thus reducing the wear on the rail head. :wink:
citroenxm wrote:Steve (Trainman) you shouldn't need one with that sufisticated smart car!!

It should tell you itself!.. :lol: :lol:

Mind you, you've pleanty of others that wont! :lol: :lol: :lol:

Paul
Paul, you are quite correct,going to wrap it up for SWMBO as a christmas present, then I can tell her I'm looking after her safety........she, however, will more than likely call me something unprintable :lol: :shock: :lol:
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Post by HDI Dave »

Cheers Steve,

That'll do for kid #2, just turning 17 and banging on about cars!

:D 8-)

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Post by Citroenmad »

I have few of those, someone brought them back from an F1 race for me. They are actually handy to check the tread depth, but i find the pressure gauge a bit inaccurate.
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Post by myglaren »

Evey time I go to check my tyres (when I fill up, so every five weeks approximately) it is too dark for me to see the gauge in the petrol station, or it is broken :evil:
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Post by Citroenmad »

Im a bit obsessive about tyre pressures, so i check mine every couple of weeks, with the tyres cold, so at home. I usually go round and do all of the cars at the same time.

I wish i could get away with filling up every 5 weeks, usually its around 2 weeks for me.
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Post by Julz »

I tried only to find;
The tyre gauge promotion has ended.
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