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  1. Join Date
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    #1291
    Quote Originally Posted by Minimus View Post
    Im getting a pre-loved 2015 Ford Fiesta and will be changing the rims from stock to 17s. Any advice on which tires will be appropriate? Budget is bet 10t-20t (for all 4 205/40/R17 tires). Someone offered to me Sailun Atrezzo tires for 10t. Are these good tires?

    Thanks in advance for all the advice
    I suggest you get Indonesian tire brands - Neuton, Achilles, or Accelera. These are bang for the buck tire brands and better than most China brands. They would be around 3k each for your suggested tire size. I use Accelera 16s on my 2014 Fiesta Ecoboost.

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    #1292
    mejo positive din ang reviews ng kumhos specifically nung road venture KL78 at APT KL51.....kaso mejo marami nagsasabi din na pudpod na starting at 30k kms who do mostly highways compared sa mixed hiway-off road

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    #1293
    how about 155/70R13 tires for hyundai eon?
    anong brand at shop will you recommend in the south?
    muntinlupa,laspinas, cavite area.

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    #1294
    Got my new black rhinos and paired it with 265/65/R17 savero A/T. Pinagiisipan namin nung una if we will try the Sailun Terramax A/T or our family-tested Savero A/T since ito lang ang pasok sa budget at the time at tsaka pang school-bahay (10 kilometers roundtrip) at occasional long drives lang naman daw.

    Feedback: The savero looks really nice on the 17x9 BRs. The tire looks fat, superb ang pagbagay sa machined lip mags. So far, very happy! Mas magaan i-drive (engine and steering wheel feedback) compare sa stock mags namin na 15" ang size. Will post pictures later. Kudos!

    In terms of the performance of the Savero, IMO okay naman siya. Gusto ko yung design ng tread niya, makapit naman siya on and off-road, matibay naman siya hindi pa ako napunitan ng side walls, hindi ko pa din naranasan maputukan ng gulong. Para sa akin tahimik naman siya in terms of road noise, okay ang handling ko sa kanya, at hindi matagtag (I noticed it nung nagpalit kami from 15 to 17, akala namin tatagtag since manipis na ang rubber pero opposite ang naramdaman ko mas naging swabe). We've been using the brand since 2008 or older pa ata. Satisfied customer naman

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    #1295
    ung sakin GT radial Maxmiller Pro..maganda ba un na gulong?

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    #1296
    Quote Originally Posted by huntsman View Post
    ung sakin GT radial Maxmiller Pro..maganda ba un na gulong?
    Hindi pa kami nakagamit ng ganyan sir

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    #1297
    mga sir, san ba ikakabit ung brand new 1 pair of tires. is it in the front or in the rear? my mechanic told me that i should put it in the front for safety.

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    #1298
    Hi Guys! I'm looking for replacement tires with spec 215/45 r18. Any recommendation? Seems hindi ganun kadami ang options. Unfortunately walang ganitong size sa goodyear and bridgestone. Not sure if Michelin meron. Meron ang Dunlop LM703 and Kumho KU39. Are they good?

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    #1299
    Quote Originally Posted by huntsman View Post
    mga sir, san ba ikakabit ung brand new 1 pair of tires. is it in the front or in the rear? my mechanic told me that i should put it in the front for safety.
    As far as I know, dapat sa rear ung bagong pair for better handling especially with wet roads. Initially ang alam ko rin dapat sa front but with a little research, experts are saying new tires should be placed at the rear.

    One source: Should you fit new tyres to the front or rear?

    I read from other sites too and they are consistent on saying new tires should be placed at the rear..

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    #1300
    It is recommended to put new tires sa rear.

    Pero if road-safe and within spec pa yung natirang 2 tires, you can put new tires in front or rear. Up to you.

    Ideally, 4 tires are replaced at same time.

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