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    hello everyone.....

    i wanted to change my corolla 2006 tires so anyone can plz recommand any tires for comfortable and quite ride...and what size should i go for on factory installed rims...

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    go for dunlop formula fm901,superb tyre(Y)
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    yokohama db series. although i have c-drive. they work fine for me
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    Dunlop Lemans LM701 or 702 size 195/70 R14
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    dunlop is best...currently have these on my corolla
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    What ever tyres you get make sure they are fresh.
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    yokohamas r good. they're soft so they really complement the corolla's crappy brakes.
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    AOA
    Dunlop SP Sport 8000 or 9000 is a great
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    Go for the dunlop 205s wid 15 inch alloys it'll gav ur car great looks and stability....
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    thanks everyone .....i really appreciate

    but so many options.... which one should i go for...
    my price range is around Rs. 15,000, tires should have comfortabe and quite ride and should fit on factory rims

    personaly i like leman and c.drive because of their cuts but dont know about the performance and what size 185 or 195, r13 or r14 etc ...now plz you guys suggest me

    thanks

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    AOA
    in this price range & rim size go for fresh Dunlop Lemans LM701 or 702 size 195/65 R14
    or db series
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    Dunlop all the way, u want lower price or higher price tyres, i think now u should get DUNLOP eco they are not bad as here many times we face some road problems and tyre can b damaged so no need to buy very expensive tryes if u r daily runner. other Shauq da koi Maul nahi
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    thanks...

    @SIG ...what do you mean by fresh tires and how can we know about it ..

    so most of you choose dunlop leman....ok so exactly how much does it cost ..

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