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    Dear All,


    i hope you all are well.


    I am going on a trip to Naran from Karachi, by road. So I think it's a good time to finally get rid of the tyres and rims I have i.e. General tyres, 185/65/14 that came with the car.


    I am now looking for 195/65/15 with alloy rims.


    I checked the market and found 4 brands to be attractive i.e. Bridgestone, Michelin, Yokohama and Good Year. I was shown a particluar Bridgestone model, Turanza GR-80 which according to the internet reviews is very good.


    Can someone please tell me,


    1- Are the Turanza GR-80s excellent, really good, good, bad?


    2- Any other tyres i can use?


    3- Which rims are good?


    I am looking for a tyre that is as wide as possible (for my car, without loss of performance) has a really good road grip, is comfortable (soft) and doesn't slip on dry or wet roads.


    I would really appreciate your suggestions. Thanks & regards.

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    There are others who'll suggest you on the tyre type. All I know is the if you increase your tyre size from 14 to 15, the speedometer reading will err approximately 4 kmph at the speed of 120kmph,

    In other words, you'll be going at 124 kmph, and the speedometer will show 120. So be careful on the motorway. Don't earn a challan.
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    get michellin or pirelli and if u want V-shape then got for dunlop V-shape tyres
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    Quote Originally Posted by NaXuN

    get michellin or pirelli and if u want V-shape then got for dunlop V-shape tyres




    What is V-Shape?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bango

    There are others who'll suggest you on the tyre type. All I know is the if you increase your tyre size from 14 to 15, the speedometer reading will err approximately 4 kmph at the speed of 120kmph, In other words, you'll be going at 124 kmph, and the speedometer will show 120. So be careful on the motorway. Don't earn a challan.




    This is really informative. Thanks Bango!

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    i have just got a pack of MAXXIS MS300 Waltz ultra performance...very very soft and noiseless tyres...check them out also..

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