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Old 5th November 2006, 13:46   #1
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when i changed the tyres of my baleno I went from 165/80 r13 to 175/80 r 13 mainly in the interest of raising the height of the car by half an inch and making the ride more comfortable as my dad was using it at that time.

should there be any change in the tyre pressure too.or should i continue inflating the tyres at the same pressure as before

Maruti Baleno 30 -is the recommended pressure for o.e tyres , while lancers which have these tyres(175/80 r13) as o.e fitment run a pressure of
Mitsubhishi Lancer 26 .

so whats the right pressure --depends on the car or the tyre size or both
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