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  1. Join Date
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    #791
    Any idea where to get?

    The GR90s are bloody expensive and are front/back tires. Gonna be kind of expensive to replace.

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    #792
    Tirecenter is a good place to start for Hankooks and Bridgestones. They also carry Continental Comfort Contact 5 but they're order basis, costs 5.6-5.8k for the size you mentioned.

    Goodyear Assurance is 5.3-5.5k in Servitek branches.

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    #793
    Tirecenter is a good place to start for Hankooks and Bridgestones. They also carry Continental Comfort Contact 5 but they're order basis, costs 5.6-5.8k for the size you mentioned.

    Goodyear Assurance is 5.3-5.5k in Servitek branches.

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    #794
    Tirecenter is a good place to canvass. They have the Continental Comfort Contact 5 that costs 5.7-5.8k. The Goodyear Assurance is roughly around 5.3-5.5k in Servitek branches.

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    #795
    I drive a 2009 Honda City with stock mags. Tire size 175/65R15 I want to use the stock mags but upgrade to a wider tire. Mostly highway driving. I want comfort and quiet tires. I find the stock Goodyear GT3 to be too thin. I think upgrading to wider tires will give better grip.

    According to tire size claculator I can use:

    1. 195/55R15 its 2.1% smaller. Meaning the car will be droped by a .6 inches. I'm a bit concerned bec my drive way is high and my car's underside sometimes hits when backing out. This is .8 inches wider.

    2. 195/60R15 is 1.1% larger. Its .2 inches taller and .8 inches wider. Will it look like a balloon?

    3. 205/55R15 is 0.3% smaller which is almost exactly the same height .1 inch smaller, while being 1.2 inches wider. Will fit the stock mags or its too wide?

  6. Join Date
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    #796
    Quote Originally Posted by userfriendly View Post
    I drive a 2009 Honda City with stock mags. Tire size 175/65R15 I want to use the stock mags but upgrade to a wider tire. Mostly highway driving. I want comfort and quiet tires. I find the stock Goodyear GT3 to be too thin. I think upgrading to wider tires will give better grip.

    According to tire size claculator I can use:

    1. 195/55R15 its 2.1% smaller. Meaning the car will be droped by a .6 inches. I'm a bit concerned bec my drive way is high and my car's underside sometimes hits when backing out. This is .8 inches wider.

    2. 195/60R15 is 1.1% larger. Its .2 inches taller and .8 inches wider. Will it look like a balloon?

    3. 205/55R15 is 0.3% smaller which is almost exactly the same height .1 inch smaller, while being 1.2 inches wider. Will fit the stock mags or its too wide?
    Finding 205/55R15's will be a bit hard but its worth the try. If not, go with the 195/60R15s.

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    #797
    Quote Originally Posted by userfriendly View Post
    I drive a 2009 Honda City with stock mags. Tire size 175/65R15 I want to use the stock mags but upgrade to a wider tire. Mostly highway driving. I want comfort and quiet tires. I find the stock Goodyear GT3 to be too thin. I think upgrading to wider tires will give better grip.

    According to tire size claculator I can use:

    1. 195/55R15 its 2.1% smaller. Meaning the car will be droped by a .6 inches. I'm a bit concerned bec my drive way is high and my car's underside sometimes hits when backing out. This is .8 inches wider.

    2. 195/60R15 is 1.1% larger. Its .2 inches taller and .8 inches wider. Will it look like a balloon?

    3. 205/55R15 is 0.3% smaller which is almost exactly the same height .1 inch smaller, while being 1.2 inches wider. Will fit the stock mags or its too wide?
    sir, the best upgrade for your city in my humble opinion is 185/65 R15.

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    #798
    Quote Originally Posted by ryce View Post
    sir, the best upgrade for your city in my humble opinion is 185/65 R15.
    parang ok ang 185/65r15 .5 inch taller and .4 inchwider. So its a little taller and wider. Hopefully the additional height is enough so I dont scrape my bottom in my driveway. What brands are good? I'm thinking:
    Yoko C drive 2, goodyear nct5, Toyo Teo Plus, or Bridgestone. Dont like Dunlop. Not interested in Fedral, Gt, Nangkang and China brands.

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    #799
    ^You can always test mount on your chosen sizes at the shop before deciding with finality.

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    #800
    hi guys,

    May nakagamit na ba ng Maxxis tires sa inyo? Ano masasabi nyo sa performance in terms of grip on wet and dry roads, noise, durability, price and sidewall protector? Saan nga ba gawa ito?

    Thanks

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