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    They cheap Chinese death seekers tyres OK on dry but dangerous in wet avoid also they noisy uncomfortable harsh better off getting tyres from premium manufacturer

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    Quote Originally Posted by eagle1234 View Post
    They cheap Chinese death seekers tyres OK on dry but dangerous in wet avoid also they noisy uncomfortable harsh better off getting tyres from premium manufacturer

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    I am using 155x80x13. My front pair is OK but I need to change a rear pair. My friend suggested 175x70x13. How is it possible to use two different sizes?

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