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    Hello Forum,
    just bought zero meter Cuore. any suggestions for new tyres. i want to get rid of General tyres. Please help choosing best tyres....i might go for alloy rims too subject to funds....

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    yokohama S707 in 165s are the best choice for u. i used them for my alto as well, and they have excellent grip.

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    Agreed with Walid. I have used S707 and have found them excellent tyres. Grip is fabelous

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    Thanks Guys...actually i have absolutely no idea about size and brands of tyres.... Yokohama S707...do they come in 12" size?

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    yeah....they do. and dont change the rims or size or anything. just change the tyres to S707 and dats it

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    Yes they do come in 12 size. I myself do not know about the exact sequence of tyre sizes but it should be

    R 12 /70?/ 165

    Yokohama S 707

    Please check the date of manufacture on the tyres. they should not be older than a year. Also check the country of origin. Made in Japan should be clearly mentioned. Do n't go for tyres with white lettering. They usually are from Thailand.

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    its 165/80/R12

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    @ dar
    bro, best option is that u try 2 not to chnage the geight n width (specialy the width),
    this way if u find a better tire it will b a best deal.
    u must consider these things 1st.

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    btw, i m selling NEXEN12" slightly used in ma alto.
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    that is really great.....thansk for the help......CHEERS!
    ppl around me try to convince that with alloy rime, you get better grip....i am confused on it

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    dear dar486
    as u see some wider tires, such tyre need the aloy rims bcoz these r .5 to 1 inch usually wider, but if u hav such tires than u need rims, in alloy
    n in case ur tires r not 2 wider than u don need
    moreover, ifu use same rim for a wider tire, it will just look as it needs air.
    so, try 2 stick 2 width n height, again if u need info u can call me @ 0314 4179 007 / 0322 4846 007
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    my personal experience, for optimum fuel economy, top speed and acceleration stick to the stock ones just change them after 20k every time, if you increase the size you wont like the feel of driving and the grip with stock tires is more than enough for the small car.
    its all about power to weight ratio...

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    brother try gt2000 .... i have been using them .... fabelous tyrz ,... and also inexpensive 2
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    @ sher butt
    brand?
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    guys i have read all ur comments about rim & tyres in coure. kindly tell me that what happens when u put alloys in coure. IS IT BAD FOR COURE??? or any other reason...if not then which size is better. as i have heard that 165/70/12 is the best size for coure...IS THAT TRUE??? n specially with rims... Waiting for your Replies...Thanks every one

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