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    Cool Need Tyre suggestion for Cultus, 2006

    Bros, i need suggestion about tyres for my Cultus 2006, which r best and what abt wide tyres and their drawbacks in Cultus... thanks....


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    dunlop sp sport 490

    best for it. grip+mileage

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    Steering gets a little harder with wider ones when car is dead slow. else very fine. i have them installed and done 57000 kms. Yet tires are worthwhile

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    Size - 175/70/R13 for Cultus.
    Brand - Any amongst Dunlop, Yokohama, Bridgestone, Michelin depending upon your liking and budget. Tyres are way to expensive these days.
    Make sure the make of the tyres are not very old, week/year of manufacturing is written over there on every tryre.
    Use original brands and genuine stuff only, do not settle for chinese copies and Taiwan's less known brands.
    Drawbacks - none as such. But on the positive side you will get more road feel and pleasure drive plus comfort.

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