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PostSubject: JK Tyres completely finished within 30000 kms.   Mon Oct 11, 2010 4:27 pm

Its been two years and I am very satisfied with my 1.5 DLX LOGAN. But the tyres (all four of them) are totally finished, even the threads have come out. I have just reached 30k mark and have had many long journeys in the past through very difficult terrains. I want to change them.
Could anyone suggest which is the best option for me? Bridgestone? I would also like to know the total cost of 4 tyres too. Thanks in advance. :-)
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PostSubject: Re: JK Tyres completely finished within 30000 kms.   Mon Oct 11, 2010 6:24 pm

What condition is your spare tyre in? Didn't you rotate the tyres?

30,000 km's is a bit premature (unless you drive aggressively and/or don't follow tyre alignment/rotation schedules) .
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PostSubject: Re: JK Tyres completely finished within 30000 kms.   Mon Oct 11, 2010 8:14 pm

I have a DLX too (Feb 2008). I am at 39,100 kms. Another 1000 - 200 kms is all I can do with my JK tyres. I enquired about Bridgestone in BLR. 3850 per tyre.

Any suggestions on other tyres or anybody has tried and tested the life of other brands please let us know.
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PostSubject: Re: JK Tyres completely finished within 30000 kms.   Thu Oct 14, 2010 1:37 pm

Thanks for the replies. Yes, its too early for the tyres to get finished like this, but I've to admit this car has gone for many long journeys in very difficult terrains. I did rotate the tyres at 15,000, though.
By the way, is Bridgestone the best available one? Any specific model names for the same?
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PostSubject: Re: JK Tyres completely finished within 30000 kms.   Mon Oct 18, 2010 8:35 pm

I replaced all 5 at 55000kms. It would have definitely done 60000kms. The brake pads have been replaced after covering 35000kms.
JK Tyres are good. Just to experiment I have now replaced it with Bridgestone Turanza ER60 with the OEM size. I did a long trip covering bad roads. The first thing I noticed after the tyre replacement was that the steering felt light. Grip level is a bit lesser when compared to the JK tyre under braking but will have to check as the tyre wears out. Its good while cornering though. Its soft. You will find that it takes care of potholes very well. JK Tyre is a bit hard in that respect.
I haven't tried Michelin but I have heard its very soft and you may not feel confident negotiating tight corners. But the ride comfort will be excellent. Also it may wear out faster. This was all sometime back.
While I was scouting the market for new tyres. I did go to Michelin dealers and they did inform me that they would be getting stock of the new Michelin XM1+ soon and it will definitely be better when compared to the earlier version. You may check Michelin, it could be worthwhile.
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PostSubject: Re: JK Tyres completely finished within 30000 kms.   Mon Oct 18, 2010 9:23 pm

@ Rajesh,

It seems I'll have to go shopping for new tires soon.
Can you give some idea about the prices for Bridgestone & Michelin tires?
I wouldnt mind replacing with JK Again, but have a good mind to try something new.

I'll be buying only 4 as my spare has still not touched ground.
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PostSubject: Re: JK Tyres completely finished within 30000 kms.   Tue Oct 19, 2010 11:30 pm

.As per my opinion Apollo acclere is good tyre very quiet and good quality. MRF is also having tubeless radial like zvts zv2k . For Robert denis the above tyres are better because of the roads in kerala is full of pothholes and the new generation foreign tyres are more wear and tear than indian tyres my own experience is like that in kerala not in logan but in other vehicles.
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PostSubject: Re: JK Tyres completely finished within 30000 kms.   Thu Oct 21, 2010 11:20 am

Surya, the Bridgestone Turanza ER60 will cost Rs3800 or more. Michelin will cost Rs4000/- atleast.
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PostSubject: Re: JK Tyres completely finished within 30000 kms.   Thu Oct 21, 2010 9:03 pm

Am somehow inclined towards the BS T ER60.

Seems like I'll go shopping in December after some research.
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PostSubject: Re: JK Tyres completely finished within 30000 kms.   Sat Oct 23, 2010 1:03 pm

My front tyre left side the portion touched the road)some sharp object strucked and depth of 3 mm and in length also around 1 cm teared i will post the picture later what should i do for the life of the tyre and is it dangerous for high way driving .The tyre i used is around 3000 kms only
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PostSubject: Re: JK Tyres completely finished within 30000 kms.   Sat Oct 23, 2010 3:41 pm

I have done 30000 kms. The front left tyre is making a "tac tac" noise. No idea why? I have it checked at a local road side tyre shop. They found no problem with it.
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PostSubject: Re: JK Tyres completely finished within 30000 kms.   Sat Oct 23, 2010 7:42 pm

I had a puncture and went to a tyre shop to geti t fixed. And he told me it is just an old puncture which has reappeared because the tyres are worn out. He says my front tyres need to be replaced. They got worn out so soon because I did do periodic balancing and alignment.

I was under the opinion that we don't have to do alignment or balancing if there are no problems (list wobbling or dragging to one side). I'm in a fix as to what to choose.

Have half a mind to just move the rear tyres to the front as of now.
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PostSubject: Re: JK Tyres completely finished within 30000 kms.   Mon Oct 25, 2010 6:09 pm

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My front tyre left side the portion touched the road)some sharp object strucked and depth of 3 mm and in length also around 1 cm teared i will post the picture later what should i do for the life of the tyre and is it dangerous for high way driving .The tyre i used is around 3000 kms only

@Thomas, you'll need to be very careful using your tires on the highway.
At high speeds th tire gets hot and air inside will expand. If the cut is deep and bad, you are risking an unexpected failure. Too dangerious I'd say.

How old is the tire? (age in months). If you ask me, Rs. 3500 is not much when it comes to having a peace of mind.


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I have done 30000 kms. The front left tyre is making a "tac tac" noise. No idea why? I have it checked at a local road side tyre shop. They found no problem with it.

@ Nayan, tak-tak-tak noise reminds me of a nail or an object with some surface area stuck to the tire. Had this issue in my M800.
Is it something like a metallic or plasticky sound?
Check these things.
1. Does the frequency of tak-tak increase with your vehciel speed and come down as you reduce speed? (you can try this easily by driving closer to the divider or side rails as the sound will bounce back easily)
2. Drive at about 20-30 speed and take a turn on the road. Is the sound still there?
3. Drive in reverse and check if noise exists.
Normally if there is something stuck, it will give you a YES for all above questions.


rdr wrote:
I had a puncture and went to a tyre shop to geti t fixed. And he told me it is just an old puncture which has reappeared because the tyres are worn out. He says my front tyres need to be replaced. They got worn out so soon because I did do periodic balancing and alignment.
I was under the opinion that we don't have to do alignment or balancing if there are no problems (list wobbling or dragging to one side). I'm in a fix as to what to choose.
Have half a mind to just move the rear tyres to the front as of now.

@ rdr, You must get your wheels aligned and balanced periodically, even if there is no problem. Change in road conditions can have an impact on wheels & tires faster than we think.
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PostSubject: Re: JK Tyres completely finished within 30000 kms.   Tue Jan 04, 2011 2:03 pm

Hi Guys

Completed 39980 kms, 2 years with 1.5 DLX Logan. Satisified with the performance.
Continuing the topic of this thread, I am concerned about my Tyres - the JK Vectra.
All the Four tyres shows the sign of wear on the outside shoulder. the Pictures will better explain what i want to say.

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Has anybody faced this in their logan. I rotate my tyres every 10k km
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PostSubject: Re: JK Tyres completely finished within 30000 kms.   Tue Jan 04, 2011 4:53 pm

@ Vishala,
The scenario was pretty much the same with my car too!

However, did not affect much in normal or highway drives. The car has always felt stable.
My tires are nearing their end now but still on a recent trip to a muddy area, where I was on an incline and had to stall & proceed, they did not give up. Smile
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PostSubject: Re: JK Tyres completely finished within 30000 kms.   Wed Jan 05, 2011 2:08 pm

I had similar issue 1 year back..Car used to get pulled to the left hand side of the road and there was wear on the front left wheel on the outer edge ..Finally we ended up replacing the all the 4 tyres..
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PostSubject: Re: JK Tyres completely finished within 30000 kms.   Wed Jan 05, 2011 9:57 pm

@ vishala

As mentioned by edassery, do you face any pulling issue when you brake?
There is none in my case still.
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PostSubject: Re: JK Tyres completely finished within 30000 kms.   Thu Jan 06, 2011 10:41 am

No my car does not pull to the left when I press the brakes.
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PostSubject: Re: JK Tyres completely finished within 30000 kms.   Fri Jan 07, 2011 12:35 am

I saw the picture. This could be due to poor alignment. Is the majority of your driving on winding roads? If yes, then not a surprise. It indicates you are driving fast around the turns. Slow down and maintain the recommended tyre pressure.

I do agree there is a tendency to have the outer edges worn out. But this is way too much.
I did notice the outer edge wear out in my tyres too.
The best thing to do would be turn the tyre inside out at about 30000kms or so


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PostSubject: Re: JK Tyres completely finished within 30000 kms.   Fri Jan 07, 2011 11:37 pm

@ Rajesh,
Your comment reminds me of my spirited driving along the mountains.
Maybe its time to slow down a little Wink and let my angel gasp some air.
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PostSubject: Re: JK Tyres completely finished within 30000 kms.   Sun Nov 27, 2011 2:21 pm

hi guys i am using maxis tyres and they have dine 65000 kms and still gud to go for another 10000 kms,only thing i concentarete is regular allignment adn rotation every 5000 kms....
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PostSubject: STILL UNSURE WHAT TYRES TO REPLACE   Mon Jan 09, 2012 7:21 pm

HEY

I AM ALSO LOOKING TO REPLACE THE TYRES NOW -- DONE @ 55k KMS AND STILL UNSURE WHAT TYRE TO REPLACE WITH ..
HAD NOT MUCH PROBS WITH THE STOCK - JK .. BUT IF THERE IS REALLY SOMETHING AVAILABLE WHICH IS SURELY BETTER .. THEN PLS RECOMMEND
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PostSubject: Re: JK Tyres completely finished within 30000 kms.   Wed Jan 11, 2012 12:46 pm

lovelogan wrote:
Yokohoma / Michelin tyres.

I AM ALSO LOOKING TO REPLACE THE TYRES NOW -- DONE @ 55k KMS AND STILL UNSURE WHAT TYRE TO REPLACE WITH ..
HAD NOT MUCH PROBS WITH THE STOCK - JK .. BUT IF THERE IS REALLY SOMETHING AVAILABLE WHICH IS SURELY BETTER .. THEN PLS RECOMMEND
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PostSubject: Re: JK Tyres completely finished within 30000 kms.   Wed Jan 11, 2012 2:05 pm

I did 55000Kms on the stock JK Tyres, could have done 60000Kms.
I bought the Bridgestone Turanza ER60 and it is good. Braking is better on the JK tyres but ride comfort is much better on the ER60. You will have no respect for potholes with the ER60.
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PostSubject: Re: JK Tyres completely finished within 30000 kms.   Wed Jan 11, 2012 4:19 pm

one more thing... i am running my car on CNG and hence have a good 70kgs cylinder sitting in the boot ... all time all day ....

shud i go for all same tyres or can think of putting some other spec tyre in the rear ???
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