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Old 14th August 2006, 17:31   #16
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Bridgsetone ER turanza 30 best tyres for gyspy Have one for mine
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2.5L seems to be good price considering Bangalore city and car's good condition. Congrates!
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Old 15th August 2006, 15:03   #18
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recently in kerala(ernakulam)
1999 gypsy(5-speed, wide track) done only 30k kms , tat too in airport (security use) was sold out for 1.7 lacs..

I missed the chance becoz i was lazy to browse the classified page for a day...


hmmm
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Removed the hard top and got a soft half cabin done for my gypsy.. It looks good.

Will post some pictures soon..
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Congrats buddy. Enjoy your ride.
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I would recommend the below tyres and in that order, they are all available in 15 inch and are in decreasing order of prices.

1) Michelin All Terrain Tyres (like in GTO's Classic)
2)Yokohama Geolanders
3) MRF Zigma CC (cheap and best, they go very well on standard wheels and alloys)
4) Bridgestone Duelers.

Most importantly, don't upsize your wheels. Let me know if you need help sourcing them and yes, this guy I know gives a decent deal on not so old tyres as well.
My Gypsy had 225/60/15 Michelin tyres when I bought it. Looking for the best all-terrain in size - 225/70/15. Can you please suggest one? i need good on-road/ off-road ability + Macho looks. or any other sizes that suits well?
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