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    Default Cuore Aloy and Tyres

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    I have changed my Stock tyres and rims of my new cuore (5k Driven) yesterday. I replaced them by Dunlop Eco (155,70,12) and Alloys. Total deal costed me 11K after giving my stock tyres and rims. The dealer tried to convince me for 165-70-12 (KUMHO/Yokohama), but i prefered to stuck to Dunlop (based on comments posted for it). Did i make a right choice?
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    No comments yet....?
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    Good choice brother and what matter most is that you are satisfied with the new tyres and rims
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    well u made a good deal .. 155/70/12 are better for coure .. 165 would b much bigger ...btw m also using 155/65/12 bridgestone

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    yup, buddy u made the right decision. i'm also using 155/70/12 Dunlops
    n i agree with autophile
    what matter most is that you are satisfied with the new tyres and rims

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    Thanks Bros for your opinions. I am really enjoying the ride with these tyre+Rims.
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