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    Thread: Mahindra Bolero Alloy/Tyre Upgrade Options.

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      Quote Originally Posted by MrWaggy View Post
      Bolero looks promising. Gift it alloy wheels, it will be hot
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      Aah the Bolero, one of my fav beasts! Great car chintan5054.
      You should go for blingy full chrome alloys with an offset if u can for the killer look!!
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      Need help for Choose with 235/75/15
      Last edited by jaguar; 4th Nov 2012 at 14:28.

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      Quote Originally Posted by chintan5054 View Post
      Basic Di with No PS
      Quote Originally Posted by chintan5054 View Post
      Need help for Choose with 235/75/15
      If you don't have PS on the Bolero, please check the max upsize that you can go for. Too wide tires and you will get a great workout every time you drive!!
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      Quote Originally Posted by Sidhu Saab View Post
      If you don't have PS on the Bolero, please check the max upsize that you can go for. Too wide tires and you will get a great workout every time you drive!!
      Thanks Sidhu Saab,

      I must need help on this point from members, it will good to go for 235 from 215 on Bolero without PS,
      Thanks in advance

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      Quote Originally Posted by chintan5054 View Post
      it will good to go for 235 from 215 on Bolero without PS
      Quote Originally Posted by Sidhu Saab View Post
      You can handle 235s on this box but it will be a bit hard at slow speeds.
      235 will be no issues.. I was using the same on my jeep (city/offroad/highway).. you might feel its hard at crawling speeds but it wont be any problem
      If you can't drive thru it, drive over it....

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      Quote Originally Posted by Sidhu Saab View Post
      olero DI should have PS. I think PS comes standard on all Boleros...
      Hi Sidhu Saab,

      The 2WD Boleros have a Rack & Pinion Steering. Some of the Earlier one had a PS MRCBT Steering Box.

      The Current 4WD has a regular MRCBT Steering box, which can be swapped later for the Bolero FB Pick-Up steering box.

      wrt to Tyres a 31" tall tyre will definitely improve the ADR angle of the Bolero, but this will make the gearing too high.

      Congratulations Chintan for your new Bolero 4x4, a Free Wheeling Hub, will improve your FE, Acceleration, and a lighter steering.

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      Congratulation for the beast.
      Bolero looking cool after facelift.

      Quote Originally Posted by chintan5054 View Post
      Want to upgrade tires to 235/15/15 & Alloy & need help for choose design & brand, my use 80% on road
      What is current size? IMO don't upgrade more than 1 upsize, otherwise you may end up compromising on comfort. Though alloys will definitely look great on the Bolero and will give new character to it.
      Last edited by jaguar; 4th Nov 2012 at 14:32.

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      Thanks all of you

      The current size is 215/75/15 (Maxxis Bravo)
      Last edited by jaguar; 4th Nov 2012 at 14:34.

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