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    hi salam i want to change the tyres for my city .i want more braking plus grip plus stability my question is for experts


    195/65/r14


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    195/60/r14





    which one thanks in advance

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    185/65/14 is what i would recommend since thats what i'm using in my car and is giving me great results
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedBull_ar

    the only approved brand in Formula One,





    michellen had better tyres when they left - They left because they couldnt keep up with the technical demands of the FIA















    The B70 is an excellent tyre








    just average :A - Can you be more specific as to why you rate the B70, one of the best selling, most successful, and least complained about tyres in our product range, as merely average? Is it possible that your source of purchase did not provide you with original quality tyres??














    You are welcome to visit our AutoExpress outlet for further free advice and a wide variety of suitable tyres.





    wt options do u have in 14 ( 185/65 or 195/60) and 13 inch in potenza? RE050? RE690? G009? GIII? or any other. dont tell me to call or visit ur showroom, that kills the purpose of forums.




    185/65R14 is available in TuranzaAR10, MY01sports, and Bseries B650. 195/60R14 is available in Turanza GR80. Potenza is no longer imported in the 13" rim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaddy



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    at one point ur saying ppl recommanding low profile duno anything and on another point ur praising the low profile tyre and mentioning theres pros??? what r u trying to say?
    If you read the comment carefully, i merely emphasised the importance of selecting the correct overall diameter, at no point did i say that people recommending low profile 'duno' anything. As for praising low profile tyres, they are praiseworthy in many ways.






    v had only mentioned OUR experiences and only giving recommandation, not forcing anyone to buy that specif size! if we would be waiting for a tyre wala like u to give response, this thread would be down in the list and u wont even be noticing it! please use low tone next time!


    Your hostility is uncalled for, and 'tyre wala like you' comment is very condescending. Please dont attempt to speak for the entire community, 'WE' in your context is thankfully a very small group of rude people.






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    @whyboysfail,


    Shabazshah is completely right and you should take his recommendation on tire size, if you'd like to learn more about up-sizing please type in tyre size calculator in google and you'll get a number of sites which recommend you on the maximum upsizing without damaging you vehicle or compromising braking. People may advise you that larger tires mean better traction and braking, this is a myth and is entirely untrue, larger tires would add to the weight on your hub and your brakes have been designed to operate with a certain hub weight, thus their efficiency would be compromised, also if we disregard comfort, the lower the profile of the tire, the better the handling around corners and in emergency maneuvers,


    @Others, grow up and get a life, besides being rude its not very mature to pass such personal remarks on someone who's taken the time and trouble to try to help a fellow PW member, this behaviour would discourage people from helping each other out,lets try to maintain an amicable and friendly attitude at least towards like minded people with a passion for cars,


    @whyboysfail, while I agree with Shabazshah, with due respect I would recommend that you go for Michellin, if that breaks your budget then I would recommend Yokohama.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shabazshah

    185/65R14 is available in TuranzaAR10, MY01sports, and Bseries B650. 195/60R14 is available in Turanza GR80. Potenza is no longer imported in the 13" rim.

    thnx for the reply, but already got michelins
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    @shahbazshah/others

    Is there any authorized Bridgestone or Yokohama authorized dealer in Rawalpindi/Islamabad? And if so, where..? What about Michelin.

    Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HumanGenius

    @shahbazshah/others Is there any authorized Bridgestone or Yokohama authorized dealer in Rawalpindi/Islamabad? And if so, where..? What about Michelin. Thanks.




    HS TRADERS (Dr. Humayun) located on Kashmir Road is an authorised Bridgestone dealer. (051) 5527688.



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    dont exceed 185 for city

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