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Old 25th April 2008, 17:36   #241
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aura has 98 PCD alloys (C1455 / C3455 for eg.) IMO - but you will have to keep in mind the offset.

best bet will be the fiat OE alloys

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Old 25th April 2008, 17:55   #242
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One can use 100 pcd alloys on the Palio. I have seen them used on Premier Padminis as well as on Palios. These cars have been running without any issues. Check this optiion out & you have many options available to you.

You can run a 205/55/15 though the OD difference is 2.02% (within permissible limits) Or you can go with 205/50/15, OD difference 1.37%


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Old 25th April 2008, 18:02   #243
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I think even in Neo wheels you will get 98 PCD alloys. Just find it out with your local tire dealer. But i dont think anybody on the forum will suggest you to go for Aura or Neo. And as others have said, the best thing is to go for the Palio Stile Sports 1.6 alloys with the 185/60 tires on it. Or else just wait to hear what Ishan has to say
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I think even in Neo wheels you will get 98 PCD alloys. Just find it out with your local tire dealer. But i dont think anybody on the forum will suggest you to go for Aura or Neo. And as others have said, the best thing is to go for the Palio Stile Sports 1.6 alloys with the 185/60 tires on it. Or else just wait to hear what Ishan has to say
Any idea how much would these cost because what if I just buy only the alloys from the fiat dealer and tyres outside? But what are the risks of fitting a 100PCD alloy, would it endanger the warranty?
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Any idea how much would these cost because what if I just buy only the alloys from the fiat dealer and tyres outside? But what are the risks of fitting a 100PCD alloy, would it endanger the warranty?
Seriously dude I absolutely have no idea as to what will be the exact cost. Instead why dont you yourself ask the dealer about the Palio Stile Sports alloys price and post it here??
Yes buy the tires from outside. Again the costs would be brand specific, expect the prices to be in the range of 3.5k-4k for each tire.
I have not heard/ seen anybody using 100 PCD alloys on Palios.
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Moderator's note: All Palio/Stile tyre queries merged. Please continue further discussion about the same in this thread.
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I have seen a lot of palios running on 100pcd rims without any problems.Even i'm using 100pcd alloys with 195/55R15 yoko s-drives.
205/55 R15 and 205/50 R15 are incorrect sizes for the palio.

The perfect size for a palio in 15" is 195/50R15.you can also opt for 195/55R15 (odo error is more but you also get better ride comfort).
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For which car?

195/55-16 can't be fitted in a Palio
For palio obviously,this tyre can be fitted,check it out again.
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For palio obviously,this tyre can be fitted,check it out again.
Anshuman.
Are u sure about this?

First of all its a wrong upsize for Palio. Secondly it won't fit in the wheels wells of Palio.
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Anshuman.
Are u sure about this?

First of all its a wrong upsize for Palio. Secondly it won't fit in the wheels wells of Palio.
i am sorry,just checked out the comes with 13 inchers i thought they were 14 inchers.
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I thinking of 185/70 R14, because I want good grip as well as ride comfort. Will this be fine?
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I thinking of 185/70 R14, because I want good grip as well as ride comfort. Will this be fine?
you mean 185/70-13. right??
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No, 185/70-14, why, is anything wrong?
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No, 185/70-14, why, is anything wrong?
185/70-14 is a wrong upsize for Palio.

The correct upsizes are
13"
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14"
-175/65-14
-185/60-14
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185/70-14 is a wrong upsize for Palio.

The correct upsizes are
13"
-185/70-13

14"
-175/65-14
-185/60-14
-195/60-14
Can you tell me why it is a wrong upsize, because moving to 14" will add 25.4 mm and having 185/70 will bring actually bring down the sidewall thickness by 2.5 mm fro the original 165/80.
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