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    #2541
    Quote Originally Posted by jasonub View Post
    Baligtad bro new tires dapat sa rear.
    it depends on the age of the literature that you read.
    heh heh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonub View Post
    Baligtad bro new tires dapat sa rear.
    it depends on the age of the literature that you read.
    heh heh.

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    #2542
    Fyi michelin NA suggests you put the 2 new tyres sa rear.

    Ang harap macocontrol mo pa rin kahit papano pero pag nag skid ang likod.. well you do get the idea.

    Ideally 4 na bago, then rotate daw ng pa ekis front-rear left-right para pantay. Kung uni or bi directional ang tyres mo.

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    #2543
    Quote Originally Posted by SkyFlakes88 View Post
    Don't forget that the new tires should be used at the front sir. Toyota Corolla 10th Generation Altis Owners [continued] sa shocks po if you like try to search the no.of chuan lam. It's located sa bagac st. Tondo parallel lang po sa j.abad santos. They are the distributor of KYB shocks here.
    Okay sir. Will do. Malapit nadin ako mag PMS so I'll have it double check nalang din sa SA ng Casa.

    Quote Originally Posted by jasonub View Post
    Baligtad bro new tires dapat sa rear.
    Quote Originally Posted by dr. d View Post
    it depends on the age of the literature that you read.
    heh heh.

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    it depends on the age of the literature that you read.
    heh heh.
    Quote Originally Posted by unmarked View Post
    Fyi michelin NA suggests you put the 2 new tyres sa rear.

    Ang harap macocontrol mo pa rin kahit papano pero pag nag skid ang likod.. well you do get the idea.

    Ideally 4 na bago, then rotate daw ng pa ekis front-rear left-right para pantay. Kung uni or bi directional ang tyres mo.
    Sa harap ko siya pinalagay for now. I'll buy two more in a week or two para lahat palit na. Do you guys also include yun spare tire sa rotation since same lang naman sila ng stock?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkyFlakes88 View Post
    Don't forget that the new tires should be used at the front sir. Toyota Corolla 10th Generation Altis Owners [continued] sa shocks po if you like try to search the no.of chuan lam. It's located sa bagac st. Tondo parallel lang po sa j.abad santos. They are the distributor of KYB shocks here.
    Okay sir. Will do. Malapit nadin ako mag PMS so I'll have it double check nalang din sa SA ng Casa.

    Quote Originally Posted by jasonub View Post
    Baligtad bro new tires dapat sa rear.
    Quote Originally Posted by dr. d View Post
    it depends on the age of the literature that you read.
    heh heh.

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    it depends on the age of the literature that you read.
    heh heh.
    Quote Originally Posted by unmarked View Post
    Fyi michelin NA suggests you put the 2 new tyres sa rear.

    Ang harap macocontrol mo pa rin kahit papano pero pag nag skid ang likod.. well you do get the idea.

    Ideally 4 na bago, then rotate daw ng pa ekis front-rear left-right para pantay. Kung uni or bi directional ang tyres mo.
    Sa harap ko siya pinalagay for now. I'll buy two more in a week or two para lahat palit na. Do you guys also include yun spare tire sa rotation since same lang naman sila ng stock?

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    #2544
    Quote Originally Posted by jasonub View Post
    Baligtad bro new tires dapat sa rear.
    Ako po sa front sir. Put your best foot forward. Pag nag fail po yun tire sa front mas delikado lalo na during high speed runs kesa yun rear tire ang sumabog sir.

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    #2545
    Quote Originally Posted by kiamoyman View Post
    Okay sir. Will do. Malapit nadin ako mag PMS so I'll have it double check nalang din sa SA ng Casa.







    Sa harap ko siya pinalagay for now. I'll buy two more in a week or two para lahat palit na. Do you guys also include yun spare tire sa rotation since same lang naman sila ng stock?

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    Okay sir. Will do. Malapit nadin ako mag PMS so I'll have it double check nalang din sa SA ng Casa.







    Sa harap ko siya pinalagay for now. I'll buy two more in a week or two para lahat palit na. Do you guys also include yun spare tire sa rotation since same lang naman sila ng stock?
    Yes sir i include the spare in rotating my tires every 10k if possible or at the least sa 20k. Sayang kasi kung mag expire na lang yun spare nang halos hindi nagamit.

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    #2546
    Quote Originally Posted by SkyFlakes88 View Post
    Ako po sa front sir. Put your best foot forward. Pag nag fail po yun tire sa front mas delikado lalo na during high speed runs kesa yun rear tire ang sumabog sir.
    Eto din logic na sinabi sa akin ng tatay ko.
    Anung logic jasonub bakit sa rear dapat?
    Thanks

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    #2547
    Quote Originally Posted by dos2 View Post
    Eto din logic na sinabi sa akin ng tatay ko.
    Anung logic jasonub bakit sa rear dapat?
    Thanks
    ang sabi nila, pag sumabog daw o nawalan ng grip ang rear tire, mas mahirap i control.

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    #2548
    Quote Originally Posted by dos2 View Post
    Eto din logic na sinabi sa akin ng tatay ko.
    Anung logic jasonub bakit sa rear dapat?
    Thanks
    ang sabi nila, pag sumabog daw o nawalan ng grip ang rear tire, mas mahirap i control.

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    #2549
    Quote Originally Posted by SkyFlakes88 View Post
    Ako po sa front sir. Put your best foot forward. Pag nag fail po yun tire sa front mas delikado lalo na during high speed runs kesa yun rear tire ang sumabog sir.
    rear tires act like the feathers in darts or the fins of bombs and missiles. they keep the projectile (the car) pointed toward the direction of movement. this gives the driver some semblance of control.
    the tendency of drivers attempting to control their cars, is to put on the brakes. and if the front tires have good tread and the rear tires are bald, putting on the brakes may result in the rear skidding to the side and will then try to outrun the front end.
    remember that old adage...? "to regain control of the car, point the front tires in the direction of the skid." well, the assumption of that statement, is that the rear end will remain in the rear, and will not try to outrun the front.

    once the rear wheels start skidding (to the side), it is difficult to regain control of the car.

    remember also, that in today's cars, more of the car weight is on the front tires and less on the rear.. this makes the rear more likely to skid..

    i actually experienced this..
    driving down an underpass one rainy night, there was this stalled vehicle at the bottom. wala siya EWD.. when i saw it, i panic-braked. i got lucky, as my car stopped a yard before i hit it. (wala pa ABS noon..) but i noticed, after i had stopped, that my rear end was already about a foot or two, to the right of my long axis.. and all my tires were in good condition.. what if..

    bottomline... have all your tires in good condition.
    Last edited by dr. d; September 15th, 2015 at 04:42 PM.

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    #2550
    Quote Originally Posted by dr. d View Post
    rear tires act like the feathers in darts or the fins of bombs and missiles. they keep the projectile (the car) pointed toward the direction of movement. this gives the driver some semblance of control.
    the tendency of drivers attempting to control their cars, is to put on the brakes. and if the front tires have good tread and the rear tires are bald, putting on the brakes may result in the rear skidding to the side and will then try to outrun the front end.
    remember that old adage...? "to regain control of the car, point the front tires in the direction of the skid." well, the assumption of that statement, is that the rear end will remain in the rear, and will not try to outrun the front.

    once the rear wheels start skidding (to the side), it is difficult to regain control of the car.

    remember also, that in today's cars, more of the car weight is on the front tires and less on the rear.. this makes the rear more likely to skid..

    i actually experienced this..
    driving down an underpass one rainy night, there was this stalled vehicle at the bottom. wala siya EWD.. when i saw it, i panic-braked. i got lucky, as my car stopped a yard before i hit it. (wala pa ABS noon..) but i noticed, after i had stopped, that my rear end was already about a foot or two, to the right of my long axis.. and all my tires were in good condition.. what if..

    bottomline... have all your tires in good condition.
    This true sir. Generally all 4 tires should be road worthy but that is not always the case in real life situations. Most owners will buy 2 tires at a time when that happens you have 2 of your tires new and the other 2 old. Question here is where should you best put your 2 new tires? To the front or at the rear?

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