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    Hello, can any one tell me which tire is best for a 99 baleno with 14 alloy rims..some one told me to go for goodyear.. pl mention price as well.. thanx
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    go for Yokohama Aspec 185/65 R 14 price 4800

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    dunlop lemans lm702 . very soft and grippy. or else go for yokohama .

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    agreed with asad ....those are really nice tyres, although they dont have alot of wet grip , they reduce road noise and make the ride more comfy !
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    Go for Yokohama Aspec A300 or Yokohama A539. Both tyres are tried and tested and give superb road grip, low noise and are very reliable.
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    Perelli p400 aquamile (ultimate grip)
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    Hankook

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    Yokohama db Series (Y)

    185/65/14=4250 a piece (2 weeks back)

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    Bhai all tires are same, 19/20 ka difference hota hai. Stick to the original or stock size and make sure that the tyres are fresh at least 08 manufactured and go to a reliable dealer who does not stock tyres with tampered manufacturing date.

    Check the recommended sizes on the door stickers or users manual.

    And also see this tyre calculator, how change in tyre size affects speedo.


    As far as my research says you can upsize tires upto 3% difference http://www.miata.net/garage/tirecalc.html
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    just do not go for any of the general or euro(~x~) series and all will be fine (Y)
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    what about good year?
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    Go for General 185 / 65R - 14 XP-2000,It is the best tyre for original equipments.
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    dunlop lemans , no doubt

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    any suggestions about goodyear?
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    If u wanna to pay extra amount,it is ur choice.
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    My friend recently bought goodyear tires i guess model was excellence for 4800/piece 195/60/r15 ! and its great ! much better then yokohama es100 which he previously had in his car !

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    some one told me that this tire is very hard and has no grip on road...it may be used for extra speed..
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    No doubt Michelin,Pirelli,Good Year,Yokohama,Dunlop,Hankook are best ones but agar paise kharch karne ka mood hai to theek hai warna General ok hai,koi masla nahi hai,apne konsi apni gari kisi GP race mein bhagani hai.
    General XP 2000 is fine for Baleno.
    Valle!! the great with his YZRM1 looks more coool!

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    Bridgestone Blizzak 55/165/R13 Best Tyres for Pakistani Roads, U know the condition of even the highways in pakistan.
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    lol
    more & more confusion
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    yokohama aspec 300 and db decibel series has been tried and tested ...both are excellent ...do look them up
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