Discussion in 'Tyres & Alloys' started by Praveen Raj Patten, Feb 14, 2012.
Thanks .I will definitely check out .
I bought one tyre @4800, from Tyre Professional. I think you might get it cheaper, I didn't had option but to buy immediately.
My basic question,if we go for different brand than the OEM tyres:-
(commercial thing is not a constraint here)
How change of tyres is preferred :-
1.Change 2 tyres at the same time either rear or front ?
2.Change all 4 tyres at the same time ?
3.Change as situation demands(any of one tyre) ?
No doubt the ride quality for item no 2 remains good,but how about item no 1 and item 3 does it affects on the ride quality ?
Where is this shop ? If you have any contact number please share.
Shop is in Basvangudi - check this website - Madhus.com
No, 60 Kanakpura Road, Basavangudi,
Between Sagar Motors and Metlife Building,
Phone - 26506505
Although part of Madhu's this guy quotes more than madhu's in JC road
Best option is to change all four tyres. The next best option is to change two at a time. The new tyres must be fitted at the rear. Do not ever change one tyre at a time. This could be dangerous.
Please also refer an earlier post by me:
This post contains a link that explains the reasons very clearly.
Mods: You may like to give the embedded link publicity, since this point keeps coming up, and has safety implications.
Can someone from Bangalore give some shops who has 98 PCD alloys. I went to some shops there they are offering 98+100 pcd alloys. Also the current price for a alloy set of 4 or 5
One of my C-drives(195/60/R15) got a side wall cut recently. In the process of replacing it and I have been quoted Rs.5200/- in Bangalore.
Is the price right?
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