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    Default New Corolla Problems.

    Salam,
    "Evrey one is talking about the bad breaks, some thinks that if you change the tyre it will solve the problem"
    Here is my question, I will get my GLi next month, I am thinking to put 14" rims with 175/70 (same as factory size) tyres (any good brand).
    What do you think guys?


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    go for Good Year NCT or Ducaro series.
    They are best in its class.
    Any tyre with soft tread will add to your troubles. Side walls should be soft but not the tread itself, that combination is there in Good YEar only.

    Try out and share the expereince. you will be surprised.
    Keep a cool head and wear seatbelts!

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    Salam,
    Thans again "spectra",
    Any more comments?

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    @khi

    and please dont make the mistake of putting larger rims and tyres bcz the grip gets shaky as the centre of gravity of corolla is high as it is.

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    my opinion, yokohama, A539

    use rim/tyre size calculator, or refer to previous posts.

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    A 539 has soft side walls which will add to your problems
    Keep a cool head and wear seatbelts!

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