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|26th August 2009, 10:01||#16|
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What I meant is even in normal cars running normal tyres, it is better you dont mix the right and left side of the tyres. If you do, then you will have pulling problems even if alignment is perfect. This is due to Road Force.
@ghostrider ---- There are so many other people who have Swift Ds which dont have the pulling problem. Why only a few people?
Anand, I did not take it as a complaint. Just that you had a problem which wasnt solved when you came to Madhus. That is why I was concerned. As I said, do give me a call for any assistance.
|20th October 2012, 15:06||#17|
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Re: Left drag - Swift 205/50/16 7J rim
I mean if I'm having a problem at speeds only between 35-40 kph would the machine catch it ?
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