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    Default Tyres for cultus

    I am luking for the tyres for my cultus. Please suggest best options available. My budget is 13k.
    Keeping in view the best combination of;
    Comfort
    Economy
    Road grip

    and where to get them frm lhr.
    Don't forget to mention the respective prices.
    Still have the stock 13" rimz.
    All the best

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    i replied to your email.. hope its not residing in your junk mail folder Kumho Radials might come in your budget.. plus lot of people i know, are happy having installed Dunlop SP Sports 490 in their Cultus.. im using GT Radials since more than a year and quite happy with them.. 175/70 will affect your fuel consumption so stick to 155/80 if you are mileage conscious
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    Ooooooooooops
    yes it is in junk mailz
    Thx bro
    Need some more opinions to conclude
    All the best

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    well a new series of general are also good... u can try this .. EURO series
    i tried in our honda city and found OK...
    and agreed to usmanansari
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    Bro I have set of hardly used new Dunlop SP 490 tyres and Alloy Rims. Tyre Size is 185/70/13. If you are interested let me know. I am willing to give them @20,000 for both. If interested let me know. Thanks
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    a better approach would be to go and have a survey, tyre shops have various brands you might have never heard of & they are really well.. don't opt for too soft tyres as they may provide a comfortable ride but will have lesser grip, too hard tyres will suit those who love to drive fast but will ruin your drive comfort.. Naxun, Kumho, Dunlop, Yokohama all are good brands, all you have to do is to decide which one suits your requirements better.. since you own a VXL so 175/70 might not bother u.. VXR like mine does become harder to steer initially on 175/70s but later on it goes ok
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    @scorpion80
    Thx bro
    @hassangr8
    Waiting for the pics.
    @usmanansari
    Thx mate for the info. I think, I should go for yokohama but still luking for more suggestions.
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    i would recommend dunlop lemans lm 701 to you. i have used them on margalla and cultus and i am very satisfied with them. use the size 175-70-r13.

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    I am planning to move lhr on friday. What r the usual market timmings on friday at lahore?
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    Yokohama Aspec, are a bit expensive, then dunlops, but id prefer them over Dunlops any day, Dunlops are harder then Yokohama, over here hardness means the ride comfort only.

    so i guess 175/70/13 is easily avalible, dunt noe abt 155/80/13,

    or else General XP2000, is the best economical choice. and there road grip is jst fine, secondly u dun wanna race wid ur car. wen i got my Balenos Dunlops 175/70/13, General 165/80/13 were rs.1850 or rs.1900 each,
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    Master wheel Alignment .Come to me ill give u Goodyear .dis is the indonesian tire and is a branded one .it came in bmw and mercedes.175/70-13 is suitable for road grip in cultus .Shop Address is shop# b-7 k.D.A flats faze 1 shadman town .Near sarena mobile market Karachi..Fone number is 0332-3596458 and email is syedasil@hotmail.com

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    ^he is in fsd not karachi
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