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|6th May 2008, 15:46||#16|
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There would be impact on FE only if you go for wide performance tyres. FE would not be affected with normal radial tyres. Comfort tyres like Michelin XM1 claim to give a better mileage.
|6th May 2008, 17:09||#18|
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How is replacing front tires with new Tubeless Keeping Stock Rim and Stock Tires ( Tubed one) in rear ? If i uses Stock Rim them tubelss tires will have any problem ?
|9th May 2008, 21:56||#19|
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I had to face this problem for about 33000 kms with my previous set of tubeless (155/70R12 fitted on 53000 km old rims)
Now my zen is running on new rims ( & new set of tyres) for 10000 km.
The tyre air pressure remains mostly unaltered (even after 15-20 days interval between check-ups)
I recommend new steel rims for tubeless, if you want best out of them!
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