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Old 12th April 2005, 03:51   #16
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Braking has improved. the mileage has gone up by 1kmph(didnt expect this but maybe for the alignment which wasnt done in sometime). the handling has improved by a HUGE margin. the power steering has come back to life. the comfort hasnt changed at all.
Yes, these are good tyres. Though i have tube type in my zen, but the handling, comfort is really good and steering feels light.
26k covered so far, peacefully.

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