Posted 07 December 2004 - 03:31 PM
It is very flexible.
For example, I will use the Aveo as an example:
The stock 13" tires on the Aveo are 155/80-13.
So to link the page to someone so that he can decide what tires to use on the Aveo will be:
For more information on how to link see here: http://ejelta.com/ti...ze/linking.html
Posted 28 November 2006 - 02:43 AM
Posted 24 March 2008 - 02:12 PM
My Sylphy 2.0 was factory fitted with Bridgestone 195/60 R16 tires, but I am not able to find any brands of tires in Singapore that offer this exact size. Not even Bridgestone.
When the Bridgestone dealer called the Bridgestone Singapore to check on my behalf, they replied that beside my car and another Renault uses this size. Therefore, it makes no economical sense to import this size into Singapore.
Most shops recommend me to change to 205/55 R16.
I am not too sure about the new size cos I prefer to use the original size of tires fitted from the factory (else why they had chosen this size). Is it safe to change to the new size or what other alternative I can try / have??? And if it is Ok to change to this size, what will be the impact - fuel consumption, safety and etc???
Hopefully some kind soul can help me on this matter.
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