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|7th June 2010, 01:04||#61|
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My C.Drives have seen a bit of countryside driving as well as bad roads. No sidewall cuts yet though and I hope that continues to remain the case. The tires seem well made and not flimsy.Have done 13K kms till now.
|9th June 2010, 12:20||#62|
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My Stock GT3 ran for a good 55K kms. Thought it was high time to change and bought the YOKO C drives. Upgraded them to 225/60. Purchased for 5800/- a piece through a friend who is a YOKO dealer. Checked for Michelin, but looks like they are available in the stock size and no upgrade option available.
Have been driving with the C Drives for the last 80 odd kms and is much more impressive than the stock. Even though I have a slight feeling of the sidewall getting damaged if abused due to the soft rubber composition, I find the ride very comfortable and less bumpy.
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