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Old 26th November 2009, 16:14   #46
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I Have a huge dilemma weather to go for 185/50 OR 185/55 OR 185/60
None of these sizes are available, AFAIK.
Well ok, the Manza comes with 185/60/R15 tyres, if you insist.
If it is just for the looks, you want this size, then you can look for "chassis tyres" from the manza that got upsized as soon as they left the showroom.
If you want grip, then you'll have to stick to 195/50/R15.
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Old 27th November 2009, 14:23   #47
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It seems that the 185 section is quite rare...i have to rethink of going up to a 195 section then !

so 195/50 R15 OR 195/55 R15 ?

I don't want my tires scraping the wheel arches !
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Get 195/50 R15. Seems better. The variation compared to stock 175/70 R13 is also quite less.
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Get 195/50 R15. Seems better. The variation compared to stock 175/70 R13 is also quite less.
True that Nikhil, but 195/55/15 does no harm either except for OD error.

@Dippy - Did you get that damn spoiler?
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Nice Alloys, great tread pattern as well...

Have you done any suspension modification's ?

Doesn't look like u have !

Even i am planing for R15...But 185/55 R15 !

How about that ?

I Have a huge dilemma weather to go for 185/50 OR 185/55 OR 185/60
Nope my suspension is stock and there is no problem of touching either

If you are going for 15" go for the 195/50 R15. 185/60s are good for 14"

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True that Nikhil, but 195/55/15 does no harm either except for OD error.

@Dippy - Did you get that damn spoiler?
No I havent and I am not going to
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@ Dippy

So 195/50 R15...that's my final call !

Now which tire brand should i go for ?

and how much they will run ?
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