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    Default wich is the best tire for cultus??

    can you guys please tell me which is the best option in 13inch tires and which make and model? considering which one has the most grip and comfort
    a friend suggested michelin energy is that any good?

    and also suggest a good tire shop in isb

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    13" this thread might help

    https://www.pakwheels.com/forumreply_az_TopicID!77007~ForumID!26~page!2~pw.h tml
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    I was using dunlop for the last two year and now change it with dunlop bcoz i like the performace of it .. it is soft and good road grip
    size is 175/70/R13 .... one of my very good friend is using michelin energy in his cultus and he is also satisfy with it ....
    but i recommend DUNLOP

    and do check the link referred by hash4u
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    Pirelli Cinturato, would cost around 12K for a set of 4 from the Islamabad showroom, there number is 2279249

    http://www.pirellityre.com/cinturato/home.html
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    175/70/R13
    these specs i think are the best for optimum grip economy and looks

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    thanks guys

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    Could you guys give a final vote on Pirelli centurato or Michelin Energy??? Also would 185 65 13 also be available in these two models?

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    @spiderman! thanks a real lot for helpin out with the tyres! hope the Pirelli P400 turns out to be a good choice

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