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Old 2nd September 2008, 20:42   #31
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Here's mine. Got them a couple of weeks back.

g-Force Sport 18/60/R14

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they seem to be on the wrong way.
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Ooops....are you sure? Please confirm. I have given my car for service and can get it changed tomorrow.


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Ooops....are you sure? Please confirm. I have given my car for service and can get it changed tomorrow.


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im pretty sure. i think these would do fine on the left side of your car. you can switch it along with the rims. ill let the tyre bhagwaan comment

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Old 2nd September 2008, 21:06   #35
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they are on the right side of the car.look closely.at the upper left side of the picture you'll see that the right side door is open.
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Old 2nd September 2008, 21:08   #36
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I am confused now. Can someone please help?

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all i can say is that if that tire is fitted on the right side of the car,its correctly fitted.
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Old 2nd September 2008, 21:13   #38
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I am confused now. Can someone please help?

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wait. if they are on the right side, which they seem to be, they are correctly fitted. sorry for all the confusion.
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Looks fine to me!!!!!
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i had a set of these fitted to my uno a long time ago, on release they were called "profiler". i went for 195/45/15, which was quite a jump from the 175/60/13 factory standard. although i had made many changes to the cars suspension, control arms, brakes, lines etc, the actual tyres themselves really did put the power down, and gripped immensely in both wet and dry conditions. you could really push hard into a corner, and feel it holding on. and despite spirited driving the fronts lasted about 15000 miles.

i don't know about BF india, but in the uk, on release they offered a years warranty with the tyres, so when i had a bulge appear in the sidewall after 5000 miles, it was changed free of charge, might be worth checking. at the time as well, the sales rep said that BF were breaking into the performance market, and looking to hook small and medium sized cars, which suited the tiny uno perfectly
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Man THE SIDE INDICATOR is usually behind the wheel thus making it the right front of the car..the tires on the right way...don't confuse him anymore! And by the way ever heard of a door in front of the bumper? if it was the wrong way around then that's what it would seem..confused yet? LOL!
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Don't worry Sanju!!
The tire is put up in the right direction.
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And by the way ever heard of a door in front of the bumper? if it was the wrong way around then that's what it would seem..confused yet? LOL!

exactly what i said.LOL
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Here's mine. Got them a couple of weeks back.

g-Force Sport 18/60/R14

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How much did YOU pay for them?
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Man THE SIDE INDICATOR is usually behind the wheel thus making it the right front of the car..the tires on the right way...don't confuse him anymore! And by the way ever heard of a door in front of the bumper? if it was the wrong way around then that's what it would seem..confused yet? LOL!
yes i know. didnt pay much attention to the picture. lol.
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