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  1. Join Date
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    #531
    Quote Originally Posted by wave105 View Post
    Sa ngayon sir di ko pa po masabi kasi 3days pa lang po siya sa akin, so far so good gumaan yung steering wheel ko, gumaan yung takbo nang sasakyan and very responsive yung handling nang sasakyan po ngayon dahil siguro sa gaan niya steer ngayon po... Di ko po matandaan yung size eh mamaya po bababain ko sa parking para makita ko yung size niya, but definitely it's R14 po yung gulong.

    sir it's 185/65/14 yung sumitomo tire ko po....

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    #532
    was scouting for 215x45xr17 na tire and found these quotes:
    yokohama a drive - 7K+
    federal 4k+
    bridgestone - 8k+
    is this correst for yokohama na made in the philippines. i use adrives na size 15 for my accord and tahimik sya than nct5 ng goodyear. gusto ko yung a drive kaya lang wanted to check kung tama ba yung price nya for size 17"

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    #533
    Kumho Ecsta SPTs, 195/55R15 85V, mounted to my GD1 Jazz.

    Tires are currently very fresh - about 3 days old - but they're very impressive. They ride very well, are surprisingly quiet, and grip well wet or dry. You'd have to do some stupid things to unstick them, and even if you do, the grip comes and goes in a progressive manner.

    To think that they're not done with the scrubbing-in period yet. Color me amazed.

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    #534
    Sirs, Ano magandang brand ng tires for our 2001 hiace grandia? yung maganda ang ride hindi masyado maingay. bridgestone 195/70 r15 gamit ko ngayon. 3K - 4K ang budget. Kung may cheaper pa mas ok.

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    #535
    Pirelli Chrono, Michelin Agilis, Bridgestone R623. Kaya lang parang almost 5k na each yung 195r15. Don't know about 195/70r15

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    #536
    I noticed that Falken tires are getting quite affordable equal to Indonesian, Thai or Taiwan brands. I'm assuming its still a Japanese brand but made in Southeast Asia. Should they still be better than Indonesian, Thai brands such as Neuton or GT?

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    #537
    akin a.drive gamit ko..adventure ride ko..okay naman..hindi naman kasi napupuno yung sasakyan namin kaya okay lang kahit hindi 6 or 8 ply..

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    #538
    Quote Originally Posted by Wh1stl3r View Post
    Pirelli Chrono, Michelin Agilis, Bridgestone R623. Kaya lang parang almost 5k na each yung 195r15. Don't know about 195/70r15
    salamat sa info sir. R623 na gamit ko ngayon. try ko siguro tingnan yung michelin. kaya lang may kamahalan. ok din po kaya yung kumho, GT or china brands?

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    #539
    Quote Originally Posted by allan23 View Post
    salamat sa info sir. R623 na gamit ko ngayon. try ko siguro tingnan yung michelin. kaya lang may kamahalan. ok din po kaya yung kumho, GT or china brands?
    R623 is good, OEM ng older Starex at mg L300 ngayon. GT & Kumho are decent brands but I'd stay away from China brands if I were you. Ok lang na made in China basta known brand names but if Chinese sounding ang name watch out. They have a bad habit of changing production specs to make great profits. When a new China brand first comes out it will usually be good quality. Magugustuhan ng market dahil maganda at mura you cannot believe how the expensive top name brands could possibly be selling the volume they are. After that they will slowly (sometimes abruptly) use less quality raw material to make up for losses incurred during the "pagpapakilala" period. At this point, blow outs galore.

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    #540
    There is this new tire at the Campi show. Finixx. They claim that these tires will never go flat. You could even puncture the display units and no air will go out.

    http://www.finixx.com/

    Yun nga lang, the price of one tire is equal to 2-3 tires, depending on what brand.

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