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    #1051
    bukol b yan? wah kakabili ko lng ng yokohama bluearth sana wag mganyan


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    #1052
    bukol sir, di siguro mangyayari yan basta laging dahan dahan sa lubak sir..

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    #1053
    Has anyone tried maxxis tires?

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    #1054
    Quote Originally Posted by deathlance View Post
    ok im looking for good kind of tires, eh mag canvas daw ako ng magandang tires anu ba ung brand na ok ang quality and price, mga indonesia daw ung maganda, im not sure... correct me on this...

    wornout na kasi ung tires ko.... PLs suggest.. thanks
    if ur looking for best brand its gonna be Michelin tires, Cooper tires , bfgoodrich and sailun tires

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    #1055
    Quote Originally Posted by warmachinerox View Post
    Need your help please guys. Thank you in advance.
    My 2003 CRV needs new tires, here's what I'm thinking.
    Option 1: Go up to 215/70 R15 from 205/70 R15 and 8 ply tires instead of 6. I'm thinking Michelin Agilis for this.
    Option 2: Go up from 215/70 R15 but stay with 4 ply. I'm thinking Michelin Latitude Cross, altho I've not found one yet. So far out of stock sa mga pinuntahan kong tire shops. Or any suggestions pls?
    Option 3: Stay with 205/70 R15 but get an 8 ply tire. Michelin Agilis again for this or Bridgestone R623.
    Will I have harsher, bouncier, lesser hatak, or maybe heavier steering if I do any of these options? What option will have lesser of these negatives? My goal is to have a more macho looking tires. Your expert opinion is highly appreciated.
    I would appreciate your expert advise.

    When using Michelin AGilis tires your getting higher load index and with 8ply rating commerciL TIRES it compromise your comfort.

    I suggest to use Latitude Cross because it has comfort and safety features. Its also good in cornering and can be used in off road due to its design with mud catcher.

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    #1056
    good day guys... plan to buy new tires sa lancer ex gt-a rim ko

    [size] 235/50/r18

    brand tires na nahanap ko sa cebu w/ price

    kumho japan = 8k
    federal tires taiwan = 7k down
    toyo tires japan = 9k to 8k

    hirap pumili pero para sa inyo saan un maganda na brand? sa ngayun 10k kc budget
    un xtra 1k cguro pampuno ko sa lagnuts kung dadagdag un brother ko

    T.I.A

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    #1057
    If these are toyo proxes, i've used these and good tires and nice grip but tire wear rating a bit low. You may try dunlops and cost around 7k


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    #1058
    Quote Originally Posted by sailunman View Post
    When using Michelin AGilis tires your getting higher load index and with 8ply rating commerciL TIRES it compromise your comfort.

    I suggest to use Latitude Cross because it has comfort and safety features. Its also good in cornering and can be used in off road due to its design with mud catcher.
    sir yung yokohama bluearth ba ska mga c at a drive ilang ply rating?

    how much ba yung 195/r14 ng michelin agilis? dami talaga nag rerecommend.


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    #1059
    Hi, I'm canvassing tires of 205 45 17 size. Is 5560 a good price for Yokohama A drive of this size? Thanks!

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    #1060
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