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Author Topic: Fulvia Tyres  (Read 1066 times)
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« on: 14 February, 2018, 01:22:08 PM »

I received this message from Dougal:

I have some good news for your members.


I have attached a picture of the new 145HR14 Pirelli Cinturato CA67. I havenít got any proper pictures of the Michelin 155R14, so I have attached a picture of their 155R15 X (it looks the same)


For some time now the tyre size 145R14 has been obscure and difficult to get hold of, and even when you could get a tyre in that size it wasnít a classic tyre but a modern one with a modern carcass and a very modern looking tread pattern. However now Pirelli have come out with a new production of a 145HR14 Cinturato CA67


Owners of some of the series 1 Fulvia Models have until now struggled to get a good tyre, but now owners of series 1 Coupe, Coupe Rally 1.3, Coupe 1.3S, Sport 1.3 and Sport 1.3S can get a period tyre again.


The same can be said of the equally obscure tyre size 155R14, as Michelin have now reintroduced the 155TR14 Michelin X  which hits the nail on the head for series 1 Fulvia 2C & GT models.


Also good news for the series 2 & series 3 cars that fitted 165R14, also have a period wider low profile option from Pirelli with the 185/70VR14 Cinturato CN36 and 185/70Vr14 Michelin XAS


We list all the tyres that we feel are suitable for a Fulvia on this web page. please if you spot any mistakes on this page please email us and we will correct it

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« Reply #1 on: 23 February, 2018, 01:58:53 PM »

Hello Andy. My little Fulvia was off the road for 15 years until last year and I had the same decision to make. In the end I went for a set from the Cinturato range by Pirelli and they look super and very retro. I am fiddling with the car this weekend and I'll post the size and tyre style/number on Sunday or Monday. They look very very nice.
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