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Can i know which is the best brand new tyre i can get for lowest cost?

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depends on the size bro.. u need to specify the tyre or rim size

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depends on the size bro.. u need to specify the tyre or rim size

Current tyre size is 165/80 X 13. This is for a Toyotoa corolla DX wagon.

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GT radial(indo) would cost about 7500 mate//bought them a week ago/

im not sure wether its 165 but the rim size of mine is 13

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GT radial(indo) would cost about 7500 mate//bought them a week ago/

im not sure wether its 165 but the rim size of mine is 13

Tubeless

Good Year 7900 - 8200

GT Radial 7400 - 7600

:rolleyes: Put up a chineese one for 6100 last week 13"

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Tubeless

Good Year 7900 - 8200

GT Radial 7400 - 7600

:rolleyes: Put up a chineese one for 6100 last week 13"

Has prices of good year gone down. From what i found out Dunlop Japanese also same price

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Can i know which is the best brand new tyre i can get for lowest cost?

last month i bought 185X70 R14 Dunlop indunesia for 6500/= each try Dunlop

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last month i bought 185X70 R14 Dunlop indunesia for 6500/= each try Dunlop

Thx guys for valuable info

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Tubeless

Good Year 7900 - 8200

GT Radial 7400 - 7600

:rolleyes: Put up a chineese one for 6100 last week 13"

Hi,

My Ti My road runs on 175/70/R14.......but I have all 4 tires "CEAT"...(DONT ASK WHY ?)

Should I stay with these tires or should I move to a different brand ?

Is there a place where I can give my CEAT tires(They have done only 500km) and get a REASONABLE discount for my new tires.

Thanks in advance

wishvak

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Hi,

My Ti My road runs on 175/70/R14.......but I have all 4 tires "CEAT"...(DONT ASK WHY ?)

Should I stay with these tires or should I move to a different brand ?

Is there a place where I can give my CEAT tires(They have done only 500km) and get a REASONABLE discount for my new tires.

Thanks in advance

wishvak

ANYONE.....Help please

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ANYONE.....Help please

theres a place on Galle rd opposite Lion Pub in Mount Lavinia which deals in Used Tires - dunno for sure, but they might be interested...

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theres a place on Galle rd opposite Lion Pub in Mount Lavinia which deals in Used Tires - dunno for sure, but they might be interested...

Checked some mud tires from them, they were too expensive and too worn out... Dev do you know these people?

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Checked some mud tires from them, they were too expensive and too worn out... Dev do you know these people?

no machan

got a patch done there once, thats abt it... :mellow:

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theres a place on Galle rd opposite Lion Pub in Mount Lavinia which deals in Used Tires - dunno for sure, but they might be interested...

Thanks machan,

I just wanted to exchange my old Tires to new set of from a good brand.........coz people told me CEAT would fit to a "LORRY"

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Current tyre size is 165/80 X 13. This is for a Toyotoa corolla DX wagon.

Guys,

Any of you have idea of current prices of below tyres for size - 165/80 X 13. Need something less than Rs. 7,000 if possible

Dunlop -

GT Radial -

Nankang -

Good Ride -

any other good brands -

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Thanks machan,

I just wanted to exchange my old Tires to new set of from a good brand.........coz people told me CEAT would fit to a "LORRY"

i doubt if it fits even a lorry. A person who known to me bought pair for his Hiace van and only did around 4500Km tyre went out of shape.

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i doubt if it fits even a lorry. A person who known to me bought pair for his Hiace van and only did around 4500Km tyre went out of shape.

lol...But I really did around 3000km on CEAT before I switched to GT Champiro.........I got a discount of Rs.4000 for each tyre with GT price quote

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Hi,

My Ti My road runs on 175/70/R14.......but I have all 4 tires "CEAT"...(DONT ASK WHY ?)

Should I stay with these tires or should I move to a different brand ?

Is there a place where I can give my CEAT tires(They have done only 500km) and get a REASONABLE discount for my new tires.

Thanks in advance

wishvak

A recent test by Fifth Gear ( a motor show in the UK which you might or might not get in SL) revealed that the difference in performance (key performance indicators being stopping distance, stopping distance in the wet etc) between big brands and not so big brands are not that big.

Surely better branded tyres will last longer, be more comfortable and stop quicker etc but if there is good thread on the tyres, the rubber is not cracked or aged, and the ride is relatively comfortable (as in you have no complaints about ride quality) I say it's worthwhile to wait before they wear out before investing on new tyres.

Just my 2 cents.

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i hav put Gt champiro tyre set 4 a car.........nw it get skid when taking bends around 40 kmph....................

earlier jp Falken tyre on da same bend goes beyond 60kmph bt no skid problems(even tyre is at its last stage)...................

so dnt go to GT champiro (china) one.....................

bt GT Indonesia is k..

b careful when u buy tyre........

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A recent test by Fifth Gear ( a motor show in the UK which you might or might not get in SL) revealed that the difference in performance (key performance indicators being stopping distance, stopping distance in the wet etc) between big brands and not so big brands are not that big.

Surely better branded tyres will last longer, be more comfortable and stop quicker etc but if there is good thread on the tyres, the rubber is not cracked or aged, and the ride is relatively comfortable (as in you have no complaints about ride quality) I say it's worthwhile to wait before they wear out before investing on new tyres.

Just my 2 cents.

Thanks buddy,

But I moved on to GT Champiro (Indonesian).....much more comfy and good handling in my opinion....

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i hav put Gt champiro tyre set 4 a car.........nw it get skid when taking bends around 40 kmph....................

earlier jp Falken tyre on da same bend goes beyond 60kmph bt no skid problems(even tyre is at its last stage)...................

so dnt go to GT champiro (china) one.....................

bt GT Indonesia is k..

b careful when u buy tyre........

Hi,

This GT(chinese) is made by a company called GITI****.......they are actually trying to get the market of GT(Indonesian)...which is made by a company called Gajah Tungaal(.....damn nice name :action-smiley-060: ) by marketing it in the same "fonts" on the tyre itself.

Chinese one id much cheaper as you said poor handing especially on wet days..........

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1 week back I put GT Indonesian (175 70 14 tyres for FB 15 car for Rs.l 6800 each from a place in havelock town. (near royal institute)

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1 week back I put GT Indonesian (175 70 14 tyres for FB 15 car for Rs. 6800 each from a place in havelock town. (near royal institute)

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Once upon a time, I had GT Champiro on my K11, and the traction in wet weather was a B*tch... But the millage gained was awesome... you gotta evaluate the pros and cons of each tyre.

Currently running of GoodYear Eagle F1... so far the best I've used, when it comes to driving in wet weather.

Thinking of going for Yokohama S-Drive on the next change... as I've heard the traction is even better. Please do share you thoughts if any of you have used Yokohama.

Cheers.

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