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Old 4th March 2008, 12:27   #1
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Default right tyre pressure for dunlop sp9000 205/55 R15

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I upsized my Honda City Zx-CVT to alloys and shod them with Dunlop SP 9000's.
205/55 R15.
what is the right tyre pressure for these tyres on a honda city ?
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if unladen,it should be 30 and if laden,the tire pressure should be 32.
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I'm guessin 29 is ok. 32 is madness unless you have a full load on the highway. I used to have them and they're not particularly comfortable.
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if unladen,it should be 30 and if laden,the tire pressure should be 32.
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I'm guessin 29 is ok. 32 is madness unless you have a full load on the highway. I used to have them and they're not particularly comfortable.
thats what i said.
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Arre baba, I'm not arguing with you or anything. I'm saying 32 is extreme, and even with full load -- 5 people and baggage -- on a highway, I'd think twice. Those tyres really aren't very comfortable.
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Arre baba, I'm not arguing with you or anything. I'm saying 32 is extreme, and even with full load -- 5 people and baggage -- on a highway, I'd think twice. Those tyres really aren't very comfortable.
ohh ok cool ...sorry about that..its 5am,so
and what about 195/55R15..ok,im getting deja vu,like i have asked you this question before/
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