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  1. Join Date
    May 2018
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    #1501
    Good day tsikoteers! Iím about to replace the factory specs tires in my Santa Fe, Kumho 235/65r17. My typical driving routes are:
    40% city (includes potholed streets of Tondo, A.Boni)
    40% highway (NLEX)
    20% provincial road (includes farm, dirt, mud, gravel, river rocks)

    Ano maisa-suggest nyo na brand and tire shops? Thanks in advance!

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    #1502
    Quote Originally Posted by rico_yan View Post
    Good day tsikoteers! Iím about to replace the factory specs tires in my Santa Fe, Kumho 235/65r17. My typical driving routes are:
    40% city (includes potholed streets of Tondo, A.Boni)
    40% highway (NLEX)
    20% provincial road (includes farm, dirt, mud, gravel, river rocks)

    Ano maisa-suggest nyo na brand and tire shops? Thanks in advance!
    Tawag ka bridgestone or yokohama and check if they have sizes similar to your existing.

    Take note, just as important yung size is the load and speed rating ng tire. Normally, combination of number/letters ito. "92V"

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    #1503
    Michelin brand is also reliable

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  4. Join Date
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    #1504
    I called a couple of Yokohoma dealers in Metro Manila; Geolander G055 costs around P8.5k - P9k each. And the size I wanted is not readily available, special order will take about 3 days pa.

    I will try calling Bridgestone & Michelin next. Thank you mda & dreamur!

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    #1505
    Quote Originally Posted by rico_yan View Post
    I called a couple of Yokohoma dealers in Metro Manila; Geolander G055 costs around P8.5k - P9k each. And the size I wanted is not readily available, special order will take about 3 days pa.

    I will try calling Bridgestone & Michelin next. Thank you mda & dreamur!
    does champiro have the size you want?
    they're probably significantly cheaper.
    performance? i... dunno.
    heh heh.

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    #1506
    Hi Doc, I've never heard of Champiro brand. I would try that for my owner-type jeep, but probably not for my daily workhorse. In fact, I'm currently using Westlake for my OTJ. Never had problems with it driving around town. But I must confess, I wouldn't drive it on the freeway. Not because of the tire, but because of some suspension issues that prevents it from running straight

    Meanwhile, a tire dealer has offered either Federal or Accelera tires for P1.5k cheaper than Yokos. Anyone has experience with those brands?

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    #1507
    Quote Originally Posted by rico_yan View Post
    Hi Doc, I've never heard of Champiro brand.
    indonesian yata. some wigos have it as factory spec. i have good experience with it.
    it's significantly cheaper than the equivalent yokohama.

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    #1508
    champiro is made by GT Radial

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    #1509
    Quote Originally Posted by monty_GTV View Post
    champiro is made by GT Radial

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    Meron kaya sila ng size 285/50 r20? Ano bang brand ang pwede niyong irecommend mga masters na cheap and reliable para sa size na yan, ikakabit sa full size SUV highway and city mixed driving ang maexperience nya. Salamat po sa magshe-share ng knowledge!

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    #1510
    Anyone here have experienced with mastercraft axt 265/65/17? This is one of the tires I'm considering to replacement my old reliable Dunlop AT20.

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