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Old 17th May 2018, 19:05   #661
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Not sure where to post this question so mods if this is not the correct thread then request you to move it to rightone.

I am booking W11AT xuv which comes with 18" alloys. Now my personal choice is negative offset alloys. So wanted to know is it safe and feasible to put spacers in order to pop those oem alloys out a bit? Or it would be better to exchange them with aftermarket ones?
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Old 17th May 2018, 19:40   #662
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Not sure where to post this question so mods if this is not the correct thread then request you to move it to rightone.

I am booking W11AT xuv which comes with 18" alloys. Now my personal choice is negative offset alloys. So wanted to know is it safe and feasible to put spacers in order to pop those oem alloys out a bit? Or it would be better to exchange them with aftermarket ones?
The right thread to post your query is

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/tyre-a...de-thread.html (Mahindra XUV500 : Tyre & wheel upgrade thread).
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Old 17th May 2018, 21:16   #663
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Well even that thread is not that relevant as its not bout xuv but more bout negative offset alloys vs zero offset ones. Any other thread you can think of? Thanks
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Just upgraded my 2010 Punto Emotion's shoes to Michelin XM2 185/70 R14. It came with Bridgestone B250 175/70 R14s, had done 40k in 8 years, with multiple punctures starting after 25k mark.
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Just upgraded my 2010 Punto Emotion's shoes to Michelin XM2 185/70 R14. It came with Bridgestone B250 175/70 R14s, had done 40k in 8 years, with multiple punctures starting after 25k mark.
Good to know Arun, I believe Michelin is best, But little expensive, anyway that covers with the long life of tires,

I have replaced Front 2 Tires with Appollo 185/65 R14 at cost of Rs.6500, I am Happy with its Performance & 2 Year Warranty, He claims life of tires 60K, But no official warranty on it
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