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Old 24th October 2007, 17:42   #16
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try the Apollo accelere sportz. they were actually michelin pilot primacy tagged as Apollo's. post apollo-michelin parting ways apollo still makes the same tread pattern.
But you would need to upsize to 185/60 R14 (best recommended upsize)

An alternative could be Apollo accelere.

i have been using sportz for the past 10 months and havent faced a problem yet. one tyre that is not recommended is the Goodyear F1 so dont even go down that road. the F1's do not last at all on the Palio. i realised this after changing 2 sets within an year!!

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Old 24th October 2007, 18:46   #17
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165/80 R13 tubeless is available with GY GPS2 around 2200
JK Tornado for around 2000

185/70 R13 is the best option for palio.
Michelin XM1 around 3200
Yoko A300 for around 2850
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