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    Default 13" or 14" in Santro

    Hi Guys, would u please help me out. I want to buy tyres n Rims for my Santro Exec but i m confused that should i go 4 13" or 14".
    I have 155 R13 General tyres in it.Im planning to buy 185 R14 low profile. Bas sirf itna pata karna hai ke Body se lagenge to nahin?
    Ya 13 is fine enough????

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    Should i Go for 185/R14 55 ???????????????
    Cause i dont like small Rims

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    No replieeeees THANX ALOT


    I got 195/45 R14. They are great.I luv them.....

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    @marchakay

    U can't expect quick REPLY here.
    U hav to wait for a good SUGGESTION.

    SANTRO is a small car, i suggest u to go for 13" with 165/R13 55 or 175/R13 55 for GOOD HANDLING & BETTER PERFORMANCE.

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    i had 185/65 dunlops.....there were okish....but if had some heavy load in the back then the tires wud sometime rub againt the body.... at the moment im using brigdestone ER60 165/65-R13 and they're running supereb....but since you have a exec(tht means your steering is powered) then i would suggest 175/65or60....but do try out the ER60's coz they have improved the braking like WOW!
    Do u burry me when i m gone, do u teach me while i m here, just as soon i belong then its time i disappear !

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    13" iz fine..
    14" k tyres tu yaar body ko lagenge....

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    No they Don't. I am using them for about a month. I checked them wid heavy load at the back. Cause i was facing this problem wid my Alto.
    They are good but heavy

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