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    please suggest me the tyre brand and size for 13 inches rim for my honda city 2004. Also guide from where i can get original fresh manufacture tyre beacuse in fasial town lhr the the manaufactured date of most of tyre i see 2009/ some of 2010

    tell me also about nexlin and maxis and dunlop which is better

    for normal use. mean my car is often used
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    you can opt for general tyres to get the fresh most lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by me1245 View Post
    dear All

    please suggest me the tyre brand and size for 13 inches rim for my honda city 2004. Also guide from where i can get original fresh manufacture tyre beacuse in fasial town lhr the the manaufactured date of most of tyre i see 2009/ some of 2010

    tell me also about nexlin and maxis and dunlop which is better

    for normal use. mean my car is often used
    thanks in advance
    Never opt for General tires. They are a safety hazard! In 13" u can go for Dunlop Eco and Yokohama A-drive. These are the best tires which are easily available in the market as fresh imports. Also, these are much better than either Nexen or Maxxis.
    You can score fresh tires from Target Tires or Pak Punjab Tires in Faisal Town.
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    Quote Originally Posted by devilz_apprentice View Post
    Never opt for General tires. They are a safety hazard! In 13" u can go for Dunlop Eco and Yokohama A-drive. These are the best tires which are easily available in the market as fresh imports. Also, these are much better than either Nexen or Maxxis.
    You can score fresh tires from Target Tires or Pak Punjab Tires in Faisal Town.


    Thanks for your advise

    i am planning to go go for Dunlop

    Please can you suggest me the appropiate size

    -185/70/13
    -175/70/13
    -165/80/13

    which one will the suitable


    thanks

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    then all you will get is last year dated merchandize, as no current year items available in pk market other than locally produced

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    165/80/R13 is the factory specified tire size. Go for 185/70/R13 for a better grip and negligible difference in fuel economy and comfort.
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    Quote Originally Posted by memad View Post
    then all you will get is last year dated merchandize, as no current year items available in pk market other than locally produced
    6month older tires are much better than those fresh death traps.
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    "original fresh manufacture tyre" is the initial requirment of poster, the only thing he can get fresh is the local produce

    The performance and quality is another debate.

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    OP's original requirement was a suggestion on which brand to opt for. Again, i'll say 6 month old tires are better than those local crap since the shelf life of the tires i mentioned is 3 years at the least whereas the shelf life of general tires is hardly a year. Also, Yokohama A-drives are available in the market with manufacturing of 2-3 week of 2011. If that is not fresh in ur perspective, then general tires are the way for u to go.
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    Go for Dunlop Eco 185/70/13, they would cost you about Rs.4500/tyre
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    Quote Originally Posted by Samialvi View Post
    Go for Dunlop Eco 185/70/13, they would cost you about Rs.4500/tyre
    IS this rate is of a particular shop?

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    Quote Originally Posted by devilz_apprentice View Post
    OP's original requirement was a suggestion on which brand to opt for. Again, i'll say 6 month old tires are better than those local crap since the shelf life of the tires i mentioned is 3 years at the least whereas the shelf life of general tires is hardly a year. Also, Yokohama A-drives are available in the market with manufacturing of 2-3 week of 2011. If that is not fresh in ur perspective, then general tires are the way for u to go.


    I have get rate for yokohama for (185/70/13) is Rs 5400 per tyre from saif traders
    Dunlop same size Rs 4700 per tyre

    Nexlin same size Rs 4800 per tyre

    He is suggesting me to go for KUMHO???????????

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    Quote Originally Posted by devilz_apprentice View Post
    165/80/R13 is the factory specified tire size. Go for 185/70/R13 for a better grip and negligible difference in fuel economy and comfort.
    thanks fir suggestion. i am new to this field. thanks for your help again

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    Quote Originally Posted by me1245 View Post
    I have get rate for yokohama for (185/70/13) is Rs 5400 per tyre from saif traders
    Dunlop same size Rs 4700 per tyre

    Nexlin same size Rs 4800 per tyre

    He is suggesting me to go for KUMHO???????????
    Saif Traders always charge unreasonable prices and never ever go for something which the shopkeepers suggest.
    Go to Pak Punjab Tires, they always have fresh stock and their prices are very reasonable. I got Dunlop Eco from them in 13" @ Rs. 3800/tire. The prices have increased slightly but not as much as what saif trader is charging u.
    U can also go to Target Tires as it belongs to Pak Punjab. It is right beside the PSO pump in Faisal Town.
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    Quote Originally Posted by devilz_apprentice View Post
    Saif Traders always charge unreasonable prices and never ever go for something which the shopkeepers suggest.
    Go to Pak Punjab Tires, they always have fresh stock and their prices are very reasonable. I got Dunlop Eco from them in 13" @ Rs. 3800/tire. The prices have increased slightly but not as much as what saif trader is charging u.
    U can also go to Target Tires as it belongs to Pak Punjab. It is right beside the PSO pump in Faisal Town.
    Rs 3800 for 185/70/13? what time you are talking about


    ok Sir get the point. i will give update on price from punjab tyre

    thanks

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    GOT DUNLOP @ 4600 FROM pAK pUNJAB TYRE

    OLD ONSHAPED MAXXIS GONE AT 500 PER PIECE

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