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    , hello to all , which tyres is gud for my alto vxr , jin ke road grip ho.
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    bridgstone or dunlop
    155/70/r12
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    dont buy bridgestone as they r made in malaysia,go for dunlop.i have DUNLOP SP SPORTS 490 in mine
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    dont buy bridgestone as they r made in malaysia,go for dunlop.i have DUNLOP SP SPORTS 490 in mine
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    try dunlop ec-201 digityre in size 155 or 165-70-r12. they are soft and good tyres with good grip.
    you can also try yokohama s 707 they are also good but a bit harder.

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    @sunny234
    is DUNLOP EC-201 comes with white writing...........or simple black tyre?

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    @farhansa
    i wud say exactly opposite to what sunny said. dunlop ec201 are maybe the worst tyres available for alto vxr. even hankooks are better than them. sp490 (with white letterings) are much better. as far as the better tyre is concerned, yoko s707 are the best in this class, but a lil noisy. have tried all of them in my alto personally

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    have u tried KUMHO?
    i heard that KUMHO (auto power) has more grip.
    m also going to replace tyres. i will must see Yoko s707

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