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    Quote Originally Posted by stingray View Post
    Using Yoko Db 195/60/15. Eurostars went for 7k but after a mileage of about 2500 kms. Got the Dbs from Asad tyres pindi saddar tyre bazar. Reasonable price n freshest pieces available anywher.
    It means you need to add 20,000 Rs more to get rid of those Euro stars.
    Yes, I also bought tires for my car from the same shop you mentioned above.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shehzad72 View Post
    Where can i find Yoko S drive in Lahore?? I was looking for those tyres 205/55/15 for my steermatic.
    @shahzad as steermatic has 185-55-15 stock in her I would advice you to look for 195-55-15 max as 205 would be bit wider

    Regarding Yokohama other than S-drive I did not get a good feed back on DB & A-spec so finely I went for

    Bridgestone Sports Tourer MY-01(195/55R15)
    An entry level performance tyre, providing a car with a sleek, low-profile style while lifting performance. The MY01 will improve grip, stability and steering response.

    Directional tread pattern for improved wet grip
    Jointless cap ply for a smooth ride and lower road noise
    Reinforced polyester body plies for increased stability and steering response
    Wide circumferential groove tread design provides excellent traction in the wet and increased resistance to hydroplaning
    Silent block design reduces road noise for a more comfortable ride
    5 Degree Noise Reduction to reduce road noise
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    ppl i have a confusion, if for example i want to change the 175 width tire in my city with a 195 or 205 one, shouldnt the rim be also changed to a bigger width one to accomodate the tire wth larger width ??? i mean the stock 175 tire completely fits in the stock rims, then how can a 205 tire fit in the stock rim.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by pico View Post
    @ all

    ppl i have a confusion, if for example i want to change the 175 width tire in my city with a 195 or 205 one, shouldnt the rim be also changed to a bigger width one to accomodate the tire wth larger width ??? i mean the stock 175 tire completely fits in the stock rims, then how can a 205 tire fit in the stock rim.....
    @Pico very good question
    yes the applicable rim size is very important while selecting the tire width other than stock as I am ""stick to stock "" type of person so I search for 185-55-15(stock steermatic size) but couldn't found so i went for 195-55-15 which is 10mm wider than stock and as the inner rim size is 6" which is applicable for 195-55-15 so be careful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    @speedster_101

    U'll have to chip in another abt 21k approx. Some shops charge for fitting n balancing as well added to the cost of the tires.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pico View Post
    @ all

    ppl i have a confusion, if for example i want to change the 175 width tire in my city with a 195 or 205 one, shouldnt the rim be also changed to a bigger width one to accomodate the tire wth larger width ??? i mean the stock 175 tire completely fits in the stock rims, then how can a 205 tire fit in the stock rim.....
    Sir the rim can accomodate some width within a range but the diameter should not be changed.

    What car and tire size are you talking about?
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    ^^^

    i am talking about the stock rim of city 10 with 175 width stock tire, up to how much width can it acccomodate???
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    Default go for Michelin

    Quote Originally Posted by AvidDuo View Post
    195/60/ R15 would be the ideal size based on tire calculator and my personal experience aswell. The 185/65/15 is also a good size but if you decide to go for 195 width then get it in 60 profile as 65 would be too much deviation from stock size as it is a civic/corolla profile.

    Just recently, I was in the market for new tires for my city. I wanted to get Yokohama DB but it wasn't available anywhere. Only A-Ddrive was available from Yokohama which i tried for a few kms and i found it to be very hard (even harder than stock Eurostar tires) hence I went for the Michelin Energy Saver in 195/60/15 profile which is slightly expensive one but it is a very soft tire and really suites the stiff suspension of the new city and it is very light tire so doesnt alter fuel economy much as compared to stock one.
    well my personal experience is same with michelin.... very very very recommended deal and fuel economy is great. and i read one comment that why ppl change stock tyres....welll... u ll know the difference only after changing the tyres.

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