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    Default Best tyre brand and size with 16"Rims for 2009 corolla.

    I need you help to select the best suited tyre with 16" rims. I am thinking of going for 205/60/16 can anyone guide me is this size available in Yokohama?


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    Avid H4s/V4s and AVID T4 thease two tyres in Yokohama comes in 205/60/16 but i'll suggest you to go for 205/55/16 that will maintain comfort with easy load management without touching to wheel archs
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    I also wanted to install 205/55/16 but the shop keeper has recommended that 60 profile would be better otherwise the suspension would get effected and the drive would also be hard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by creative View Post
    I also wanted to install 205/55/16 but the shop keeper has recommended that 60 profile would be better otherwise the suspension would get effected and the drive would also be hard.
    Go for 215/60 R16 Toyo, Its Original Japan & the Most Reliable Tire, Will Cost you around 11500, Yokohama & Bridgestone are No more from japan in most the cases so you wont get the quality you are expecting, Go for Toyo Tires, The Best In Japanese
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    Do not go for 205/60! Go for 205/55. The ride will not become hard or anything. These shop walas only want to mint profits that's it. If you get the 60 profile, your tyres will be constantly touching the wheel arches.
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