Discussion in 'Tyres & Alloys' started by nitinkumardba, Sep 13, 2010.
sir did not understand
can you explain please...
I have seen no issues with my palio alloys though. Srikar better photographs please.
need to remove the wheel for the photo graphs.
and the height of laziness at which i am at the moment tomorrow seems reasonable
Ok tommorow yesterday is today so get up lazy bones and get the photographs uploaded sir ;-).
by today afternoon will unload the pics.
sorry for the delay people
Sorry for the typo! Read that as 'Not sure whether its picture angle but the corrected alloy seems not formed a perfect outer circle. This could cause tyre worn out / wobbling. Do check whehter the alloy is loosing its shape after clocking some kms'. Hope this is clear
sir talking out this part of the rim??
that is the outer aspect of the wheel which is visible outside.
that became visible due to the bad angle at which i captured the image.
done 250 kms till now no visible damage/bend observed.
that was just a word of caution. If it worked then good
Gap between Alloy and tyre
One of my friends has a GP 1.3 MJD Dynamic with 165/80 R14 tyres.
He recently upgraded to R14 alloys from EVO.
My question to everyone is there is considerable amount of gap between the tyre and the alloy.
Please check the attachment and tell me if it's normal.
I suspect your friend only changed the alloy and retained the tyre(165 80 R14)
The tyre seems too narrow for the wheel's width. Im afraid the tyre might move on the rim while the car is in motion.
Bite the bullet, upgrade the tyre to atleast 185/65 14.
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