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    Exclamation URGENT SUGGESTION! [Civic 07]

    Guys 3 days ago, front right of the tyre of my civic bursted at 120kph due to a spike on multan road. By the mercy of God, car didnt skidded and remained stable and in its lane. It was dB Decible 205/60 R15. Then i mounted the spare tyre [Bridgestone 195/65 R15] and till now my car is equipped with it.

    The issue is dB Decible is now short and i cant find a good tyre in the market. In Yokohama, only the A Drive and ASPEC are available where as in Dunlop LM702 and Dunlop SP Sport 9000 are available.

    Im getting two deals

    1) Give away 3 yokoz and get 4 Dunlop Sp Sport 9000s [205/65R15] by paying 11000 extra.

    2) Give away 3 yokoz and get 4 Dunlop Lemans 702 [205/65R15] by paying 11000 extra.

    Your valuable suggestions please

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    get dunlop lemans 702
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    go for option 2.. i have used them very roughly on 07 GLI and they survived till 55k.. So my experience is good with them
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    Definitely option 2, Dunlop Le mans are much better IMO.
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    Or any other tyre you guys can suggest?
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    A bit off topic but I think its Le Mans not lemans....

    About the tyres ...

    Le Mans LM 702 – improved handling and comfort

    The advanced tyre design of the Le Mans LM 702 features silica tread compound and jointless band construction. Silica provides enhanced braking, cornering and handling compared to standard compounds, whilst increased fuel economy results from the reduced rolling resistance. Jointless band construction ensures the tyre retains its optimum shape, leading to improved cornering ability.

    Built using Digital Rolling Simulation, the Le Mans LM 702 delivers high levels of handling, low noise and increased comfort. It is the ideal tyre for newer cars requiring low aspect ratio tyres.

    Dunlop Tyres - Le Mans Lm702

    Performance for enthusiasts in the SP Sport 9000

    Dunlop’s international flagship tyre is designed with the enthusiast in mind. The SP Sport 9000 delivers performance to the enthusiast without comprising safety. The unique silica compound provides improved braking performance, whilst reduced rolling resistance improves fuel economy. Jointless band construction improves the cornering response and ride comfort.

    Your expensive alloy wheels are protected from curb damage with the Max Flange Shield. Wet condition handling is significantly improved thanks to the distinctive ‘sweep’ directional tread design which effectively disperses water like a turbine wheel.

    Dunlop Tyres - Sp Sport 9000

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    Alright, ill look for LM702s.
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    I'd suggest you yokohama. especially c drive is very good on both dry and wet roads. Had experience of Dunlop, they dont last longer on our roads and bubbles start to form on sidewallls.
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    Le MANS!!! best tyres very very good life span

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    Option 2 as its been used personally and have great grip and comfort too. A little advice though, plz check for the fresh date stamped on the tryres.

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    shift ur rear tire front , get one yoko a drive or lemans for rear with same width and height , if ur remaining 3 tires are in good conditon
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