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I,ve got a nail in one of my tyres,but can,t find an exact replacement.
have rang the dealer I got the car from and they can,t get one either. anybody know where I can get one.
the tyre is a Dunlop enasave ec300 size is 215/60r17 96h, any help would be appreciated.
 

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thanks for your help,but the tyre you pointed out is,nt the right one.
the tyre I am after is one that came new with the car but I can,t get the exact same tyre anywhere.
the exact spec is Dunlop 215/60 r17 96h and is an enasave ec300.
thanks for your time and effot
 

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the above link is the exact tyre info just does not state esave but it might be that tyre ?, spoke to Black Circles and they dont have it in stock seems a hard tyre to come across
 

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Hi guys, now I have a huge nail in my tyre, of course it's on the edge so no puncture repair! Tried the repair kit, useless as ever, has anybody tried auto assist? I still have my RAC membership so can use them if better, just need to get the car to the dealer. No jack either so no easy fix argggggggg
 

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Buffynorris49 said:
Hi guys, now I have a huge nail in my tyre, of course it's on the edge so no puncture repair! Tried the repair kit, useless as ever, has anybody tried auto assist? I still have my RAC membership so can use them if better, just need to get the car to the dealer. No jack either so no easy fix argggggggg
Maybe after this experience, it is time for a spare wheel kit.
I had one delivered with my car because I expected this could happen.
 

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Well, shouldn't you replace two tires (an both sides)? As far as I know, you shouldn't drive a car with differently worn out tires on separate sides.
 

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Well, shouldn't you replace two tires (an both sides)? As far as I know, you shouldn't drive a car with differently worn out tires on separate sides.
You only have to replace 2 if the difference in profile depth is bigger than 3 mm.
You might experience a little pulling of the car towards one side if profile depth is unequal.
 

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As the car has only done 5000 miles it was fine to put on a new Tyre without replacing the other, and at £150.00 just as well!!
 
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