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    Hi
    I want to change my Cultus tyres. I need suggestion for Brand and size of the tyres.

    Thank you.


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    Brother 175 70 r 13 is the size
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    Michelin
    Toyo
    Hankook
    ZEETEX


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    Don't Compromise Because So Much Is Riding On Your TYRES.So Be SAFE and Choose Wisely.

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    Thanks a lot for your reply. Did you put list in recommendation order ( like top priority Michelin and least Zeetex ) or they all 4 are equally good and I can chose any of these?

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    duplicate post.

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    Recently put NITTO on my cultus, so far going good, soft and low noise, previously used Michelin and Bridgestone.

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    size is 155/70/13 & brand depend upon ur budget

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    my old tyres are 175 70 R13 and I am ok with the size, just need suggestion on brand. my budget is between 5.5k to 7k each tyre.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A.Hannan View Post
    Hi
    I want to change my Cultus tyres. I need suggestion for Brand and size of the tyres.

    Thank you.

    Quote Originally Posted by A.Hannan View Post
    my old tyres are 175 70 R13 and I am ok with the size, just need suggestion on brand. my budget is between 5.5k to 7k each tyre.
    155/70/13 give you more comfort n fuel efficiency, else choice is yours n if you dont need tyre size recommendation then why you posted that in your main post???

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    Quote Originally Posted by riders7 View Post
    155/70/13 give you more comfort n fuel efficiency, else choice is yours n if you dont need tyre size recommendation then why you posted that in your main post???
    I am sorry I didn't mean to offend you but I post this question yesterday and after doing some research on forum I came to know that most of the people recommend 175 70 R3 for Cultus which I already have so I am ok with that because my old tyre size didnt bother me much. Now the main question is brand, if you could give your suggestion on that I will be thankful.

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    i m using dunlop eco japan installed 5 months ago for 21000/- tyre size 175/70/13
    satisfied with the performance

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    Go for the original size it will increase performance

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    Check SUMITOMO Made in Japan.

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    Always use company recomended size of tyres Suzuki cars all types have issue they creat lots of problem if tyres size is different ......... in front postion of car in shocks and fuel consumption engine load and pick many things ........... so dnt mess with specs of car or it will cost you more than your tyres just in one year of use........ so always use company recomended size ..............

    Hard tyes always have long life but they gives lots of noise
    soft tyres feel so comfertable but they have shofter life compared to hard tyres

    but soft tyres will give comfert plus it takes most of shocks itself ......... rather transfering it to body asseymbly and shocks and later u have to change all parts with tyres too

    so soft tyres best in drive and your other parts have less wear tear ..........

    Company of tyres look at your buget and alway purchase from reputed compny dealer no ordinary shops in market they may give you poor quality tyres be care full and enjoy your ride

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    Thanks a lot Waqas. I ended up buying Dunlop SP Lemion 701 ( I dont remember exact name as I cant read it at night). A friend of mine suggested to go for a brand which is easily available everywhere in case you have to change your tyre in small city you wont find those special tyres and I was convinced. Its soft and seems good so far.

    Thanks all for your time and suggestions.

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