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Old 27th December 2009, 11:56   #16
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@all: If i am allowed to take the topic a little OT, i have one more question: What is a good tire and tire size for the M800. The car needs a tire change too. I am looking for a good VFM tire. Do tires have to be changed all at once?Or can it be done in pairs?

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It is always good to change all the 4 tires at a time. The Stock size is 145/70 R12.

If you're planning for the same size, you could try out Good year GPS2 or MRF ZVTS.

If you're planning to upsize in the same rim, 155/65 R12 will be the best upsize. I'm not sure which brand has this size. Tyre experts will be able to find it out for you/
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thats hardly an upsize. its the nano rear size.

the ideal upsize is that used in alto, 145/80 r 12
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thats hardly an upsize. its the nano rear size.

the ideal upsize is that used in alto, 145/80 r 12
I think the alto comes with r13 and not r12 .
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Default What is average life of Clutch in Swift Petrol?

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I have done 45000 in my Swift ZXi (2007). Now sometimes, especially when climbing ramps, after prolonged clutching in traffic, I experience jerky clutch engagement. The Service centre guys say that the clutch is in good condition. I cannot demo them the actual problem, because only after driving in inching traffic for 45 minutes, I have this problem. The clutch has also become generally hard.

Should I change the clutch?
What is the typical life of a clutch, for a vehicle driven in 50% city and 50% highway, so far?

Any advice on this would be appreciated.

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