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    Default Honda Civic VTI 2005 with Tyre 205/65/15

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    Does 205/65/15 tyre disturb the suspension of Civic or not? Please note most of my travel is on highways. G-T Road, Motorway, Islamabad-Mansehra Road. Thanks


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    not at all

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    Sir, Dont go for 205 its not good for suspension of your car. This model has a hard Steering so going to 205 will cause more harder (My personal experience).
    OEM size for Vti was 185/65/15. You may go for 195/165/15. The best tyre in this size are ContiComfortContact CC5. Yokohama Advan dB v551 are also good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by civic7 View Post
    Sir, Dont go for 205 its not good for suspension of your car. This model has a hard Steering so going to 205 will cause more harder (My personal experience).
    OEM size for Vti was 185/65/15. You may go for 195/165/15. The best tyre in this size are ContiComfortContact CC5. Yokohama Advan dB v551 are also good.
    Thankyou brother.. Your statement sounds good. Whats special about Yokohama Advan dB v551 ? Could you please elaborate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by civic7 View Post
    Sir, Dont go for 205 its not good for suspension of your car. This model has a hard Steering so going to 205 will cause more harder (My personal experience).
    OEM size for Vti was 185/65/15. You may go for 195/165/15. The best tyre in this size are ContiComfortContact CC5. Yokohama Advan dB v551 are also good.
    wat about yokohama c drive...?

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    Quote Originally Posted by umarsajjadchaudhry View Post
    Thankyou brother.. Your statement sounds good. Whats special about Yokohama Advan dB v551 ? Could you please elaborate?
    After too much visits to market and conversations with others, Comparing the leader tyre brands, I Just install Yokohama Advan dB v551 in my 2006 Vti Orial Prosmatic. Previously I was using Michelin Energy. These are very soft, noiseless and comfortable. I feels that steering is getting softer (This model has hard steering). Very smooth drive. Feels the drive like it was in 2006 when it was brand new.
    Many thanks to tyre gru (Shaikh Brothers).

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    Quote Originally Posted by civic7 View Post
    After too much visits to market and conversations with others, Comparing the leader tyre brands, I Just install Yokohama Advan dB v551 in my 2006 Vti Orial Prosmatic. Previously I was using Michelin Energy. These are very soft, noiseless and comfortable. I feels that steering is getting softer (This model has hard steering). Very smooth drive. Feels the drive like it was in 2006 when it was brand new.
    Many thanks to tyre gru (Shaikh Brothers).
    Thank you very much for your detailed reply. Do you have any information regarding Yokohama A drive tyres? What special for them

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    Quote Originally Posted by umarsajjadchaudhry View Post
    Thank you very much for your detailed reply. Do you have any information regarding Yokohama A drive tyres? What special for them
    No, Yoy please contact with SHABRO Sheikh Brothers Sole Distributors of Yokohama in Pakistan
    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/whe...i-am-tyre-guru

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