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Bridgestone re050a question

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Hi,

 

Looking to get 4 new tyres for my 370z Nismo (2013) after finding a lovely big screw in my rear left tyre. I'm thinking about the Bridgestone re050a. Obviously these are popular with different manufacturers as OEM tyres, and on Camskill there are a variety of manufacturer specific versions available. 


I bought the car with RE050A's on the back, with the designation "BZ" - is that right for this car? Camskill have them available in the rear sizes with the "BZ" designation, and the fronts available without any specific lettering. If I got these four tyres, would there be a compound and/or mold difference between the front and rear? If there was would that even be a problem?

 

Any help would be gratefully received

 

Cheers

 

Adam

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I got mine from Tyreleader as they were so much cheaper than anywhere (including Camskill) I could find at the time.

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I've never used Tyreleader - I've read some dicey reviews on Trustpilot though. Did you have any bother with them? And were they 'generic' ones or did they have any manufacturer specific lettering on them?

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I can vouch for tyreleader. Their email system is a little slow but you'll get tracking info and confirmation about 24 hours after you order. Mine took 3 days to come from Germany. Brand new, no issues. 

 

 

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