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Old 15th April 2016, 09:42   #61
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Plan to check out Lokmanya in the next few days.
I think Amit was referring to Shivshambo tyres when he referred to good collection of motorcycle tyres.

Originally Posted by amit_purohit20 View Post
One more thing to note is that has a very good collection of motorcycle tyres.
Shivshambo tyres GangaDham chowk Bibwewadi, Market yard:

Professional work done knows his job well. Showed me manufacturing tyre date before fitment. Has good facilities and space available. Location is not traffic prone like Lokmanya.
Owner not as courteous and knowledgeable like Lokmanya but was ok and better than many other shops.
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10 days ago I got my Polo tyres changed at Lokmanya Tyres.

I got fitted Michelin XM2 tyres. I was charged Rs. 5000 per tyre that included Italian valve, filling of nitrogen and balancing, cost of weights extra.

Whole job was very professionally done. During inquiry Ashish Kulkarni, the owner, gave me quote for all the brands he had and also explained differences in performance of different brands and when he learnt that I do not drive more on highways than city he recommended Michelin.

After fitting the tyres difference was very much felt. and after alignment the ride further improved.

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