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Old 20th September 2008, 22:30   #16
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Aditya.
U are right, mostly allignment is done for free when a set of four tires are bought. Anyways u have bought good set of tires and u are enjoying it so now forget the price u have paid.

PS: Are u A S H V I N 's friend??
Yeah i know. But anyways i just love the ride now so it does not matter.
Yes i am A S H V I N's friend.
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Yeah i know. But anyways i just love the ride now so it does not matter.
Yes i am A S H V I N's friend.
Hey Aditya,
been some time since we met up.....howz the car and tires doin? Anymore LONG trips planned?
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yep me too, love the way the car handles now. I was running potenza gIII before this and the steering is definatly much lighter with yokos
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Well I'm planning to upgrade to alloys on my Santro Xing.
I only had 174/60 R13 Potenza's in my mind till I came across your post. Your experience with the Yoko's seems to be wonderful and I well receive your words as you have experienced both the tyres.
I would like you to put forward the complete advantages of Yokohama A539 over Potenza's so that I'm able to make a wise purchase.
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Potenza GIII i beleive is a old tyre, it costs more. Both tyres are extremely grippy!! Potenza look amazing, but i felt the steering became heavy.

While with yoko A539 , the tread pattern is funky, the grip is similar to GIII, It costed me close 2500 per tyre while gIII were above 3k at that time, Steering is lighter. Plus i got it with b/w and a nice bag free
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Thanks aZa. I'll be going for Yoko's, but one more query. In terms of their life, what has your experience been with Potenza and Yoko (till date)?
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