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    #491
    makisingit na rin po ako. tanong ko po kung magkano normally ang yokohama 185/65r14? need to buy two for my nissan exalta. sumabog yung isa kong gulong at lumabas yung wire. salamat po.

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    #492
    Planning to buy Michelin 235/70 r15 for crosswind...
    Ano ang pinaka latest na year manufactured ang gulong na ito? mostly nakita ko 2007... may update ba kayo? thanxs a lot!

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    #493
    Quote Originally Posted by karlos View Post
    makisingit na rin po ako. tanong ko po kung magkano normally ang yokohama 185/65r14? need to buy two for my nissan exalta. sumabog yung isa kong gulong at lumabas yung wire. salamat po.
    Around 2,800 +/- last quote sa kin for my old civic.

    *gameloader
    Goodyear's quality has steadily declined over the years IMO. The last good ones I've used were NCT3's. Michelin is a premium brand, thus the premium price. Goodyears are overpriced.

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    #494
    sir newbie is here...
    tanong ko lang sir bakit yung sa advie ko na pirelli chrono ay 195R14C lng tapos yung sa iba my "/" sign sya? tulad ng 185/65R14C...
    ano b pagkaiba nito sir?

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    #495
    Quote Originally Posted by nvidi.turion View Post
    sir newbie is here...
    tanong ko lang sir bakit yung sa advie ko na pirelli chrono ay 195R14C lng tapos yung sa iba my "/" sign sya? tulad ng 185/65R14C...
    ano b pagkaiba nito sir?
    Both are truck tires or light-duty commercial tires - denoted by the C at the end. Usually vans have this equipped. I remember our old Kia Pregio had 195R14C tires too.

    The second tire spec (185/65R14C) is more conventional because car tires use almost the same system.

    "185" is the tread width in millimeters. The "65" is the aspect ratio - the height of the sidewall as a percentage of the tread width. In this case, the sidewall height is 65% of 185mm - do the math.

    I have no idea why some tires have the aspect ratio removed from their specs.

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    #496
    Quote Originally Posted by Type 100 View Post
    Both are truck tires or light-duty commercial tires - denoted by the C at the end. Usually vans have this equipped. I remember our old Kia Pregio had 195R14C tires too.

    The second tire spec (185/65R14C) is more conventional because car tires use almost the same system.

    "185" is the tread width in millimeters. The "65" is the aspect ratio - the height of the sidewall as a percentage of the tread width. In this case, the sidewall height is 65% of 185mm - do the math.

    I have no idea why some tires have the aspect ratio removed from their specs.
    ah, ok sir tnx...
    sa akin kasi sir 195R14C lang...

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    #497
    Quote Originally Posted by marquez View Post
    Planning to buy Michelin 235/70 r15 for crosswind...
    Ano ang pinaka latest na year manufactured ang gulong na ito? mostly nakita ko 2007... may update ba kayo? thanxs a lot!
    Dont get those tires. Tires have a usefull life of around 4 to 5 years. Best to buy the newest tires you can.

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    #498
    anyone knows kung magkano sa blumentritt, banawe or evang ang yoko A drive 205/65/r15 pudpod na kasi yun s306 ko sa rear so 2 pcs ang need ko dito kasi sa batangas area ang range is the cheapest is 3.4K/pc at highest is 3.6k...painform naman po kung may recent lang bumili para pagluwas ko sa manila pwede ko sadyain kung significant yung difference..thanks

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    #499
    Quote Originally Posted by nvidi.turion View Post
    ah, ok sir tnx...
    sa akin kasi sir 195R14C lang...
    Usually tires like that have an aspect ratio of 80-85%. Ok ba yung Chrono ng Pirelli? How's the grip & mileage?

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    #500
    Quote Originally Posted by Wh1stl3r View Post
    Usually tires like that have an aspect ratio of 80-85%. Ok ba yung Chrono ng Pirelli? How's the grip & mileage?
    ok nman sir... medyo matigas lang ang gulong kahit pisilin mo, compared sa ibang gulong... sa grip sir ok nman sya

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