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Fred
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48 people can fit a light bulb not one can tell me a tyre presure
Blatman
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This has been done to death. Use the search function, and try "tyre pressures"............. There is no "correct" answer. Everybody has an opinion. Start with the reccommended pressures, and raise or lower as you see fit. What works best for you will be the "correct" pressure. Edited by - Blatman on 22 Nov 2001 17:39:43
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With an attitude like that nobody will.. When did you post originally? 1 hour or so ago... Blimey everybody jump to attention. Oily
elie boone
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clik, when your tyre explode it was a tad to much.
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The way to determine correct tyre pressures si with a tyre pyrometer. About £157.22 from Demon Tweeks. I'll have one at Curborough! Fat Arn The NOW PROVEN R500 Eater See the Lotus Seven Club 4 Counties Area Website here
Jason Plato
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Arnie , Clik does'nt have to have a pyrometer . If he drives for 3000 miles and simply looks at which area of the tyre has worn out . Er in doors says it works a treat Dave
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