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Tyre Upgrade - Discussion

Discussion in 'Tyres & Alloys' started by Andy, Jun 18, 2010.

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  1. Just spoke to vijay, 5500 per alloy ... :(
    Checked about the LED tail lamps, he said they don't have it.

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  2. PatchyBoy

    PatchyBoy Esperto

    With a budget of 30K, I think you can just about squeeze the alloys + tyre upsize. Have you decided on what tyres you want to go for? Make that decision and I will try and help to get the best deal possible.

  3. Thanks Buddy, I am looking for YOKO A drive or Michelin EXM2..
  4. chandu


    Navi Mumbai
    What tyres to buy??

    I changed the pressure to 30 and this gives me a much smoother ride.

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  5. DRIV3R

    DRIV3R Esperto

    Re: What tyres to buy??

    Why do you say so? I have them on my car and they are going great so far. I read somewhere that you had CPC2s and they did last 45k kms, so what's the deal about? :)
  6. Manusankar

    Manusankar Timido

    Hai all,

    I am planning to change my Lineas tyres. Please give ur suggestions to which company I should go. I have listed down some of them.

    1. Michelin
    2.Bridge Stone
    3. Good year

    Please give your opinion . Can I upgrade the size from 15" to 16" with out changing the rims.

  7. Akshay4384

    Akshay4384 Superiore

    No you cannot upgrade without changing the rims.
    Pick the 15" that suits your driving style.
  8. Try the MRF ZLOs they are good at high speeds and in the wet as well for great grip.
  9. ghodlur

    ghodlur Esperto

    I would suggest Michelin Primary LC for the Linea. They are quiet, have good grip esp in monsoons and are long lasting. The only negative is the soft wall material, prone to punctures. Apart from the list you zeroed on I would suggest to try the Yokohama AV series. They are cheaper than the Michelin.

    I am not in particular more leaned to Bridgestone or Good year.
  10. Ravi

    Ravi Staff Member Janitor

    Grande Punto 1.3
    If your criteria is comfort, Michelin PLC is the only choice.

    If you are looking for any other things, let us know.
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