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Old 03-24-2005, 07:02   #1 (permalink)
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110 CSW Tyre pressures ??

Running BFG 235 85 16 Trac Edge and AT mix. Trouble is I usually run light
load and have 28 front & 35 rear which seems fine ( 7 years ). Now with a
load I am not sure, I have them at 35 front & 40 rear but that seems a tad
hard for the rear. Anybody any ideas ??

Also a small trailer ( CADDY ), not sure of tyre pressure on that either, I
have them at 25 for a total load of trailer and goods of 250 Kgs

Ta
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Old 03-24-2005, 09:01   #2 (permalink)
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Re: 110 CSW Tyre pressures ??

On Thu, 24 Mar 2005 13:53:44 GMT, "Hirsty's" <magnum.458@ntlworld.com>
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>Running BFG 235 85 16 Trac Edge and AT mix. Trouble is I usually run light
>load and have 28 front & 35 rear which seems fine ( 7 years ). Now with a
>load I am not sure, I have them at 35 front & 40 rear but that seems a tad
>hard for the rear. Anybody any ideas ??
>
>Also a small trailer ( CADDY ), not sure of tyre pressure on that either, I
>have them at 25 for a total load of trailer and goods of 250 Kgs
>
>Ta
>John H


I run mine at 30 all round with a light load, 35/40 when loaded up
(which is rare).
I go by the look of the tyres usually.


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Old 03-24-2005, 12:01   #3 (permalink)
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Re: 110 CSW Tyre pressures ??

Cheers Mark that confirms I must be about right.

John H


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> On Thu, 24 Mar 2005 13:53:44 GMT, "Hirsty's" <magnum.458@ntlworld.com>
> wrote:
>
> >Running BFG 235 85 16 Trac Edge and AT mix. Trouble is I usually run

light
> >load and have 28 front & 35 rear which seems fine ( 7 years ). Now with a
> >load I am not sure, I have them at 35 front & 40 rear but that seems a

tad
> >hard for the rear. Anybody any ideas ??
> >
> >Also a small trailer ( CADDY ), not sure of tyre pressure on that

either, I
> >have them at 25 for a total load of trailer and goods of 250 Kgs
> >
> >Ta
> >John H

>
> I run mine at 30 all round with a light load, 35/40 when loaded up
> (which is rare).
> I go by the look of the tyres usually.
>
>
> Regards.
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Old 03-25-2005, 14:01   #4 (permalink)
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Re: 110 CSW Tyre pressures ??

On Thu, 24 Mar 2005 19:16:23 GMT, "Hirsty's" <magnum.458@ntlworld.com>
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>Cheers Mark that confirms I must be about right.
>


I keep the trac edges on my series 2 up at 35-40 too. Any lower and
they look like theyre bulging a bit, and i prefer them not to.
It makes the ride a bit harder when the tyre are harder but it seems
to go more where i point it and bounce around less.

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Old 03-29-2005, 06:01   #5 (permalink)
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Re: 110 CSW Tyre pressures ??

Hirsty's wrote:

> Running BFG 235 85 16 Trac Edge and AT mix. Trouble is I usually run light
> load and have 28 front & 35 rear which seems fine ( 7 years ). Now with a
> load I am not sure, I have them at 35 front & 40 rear but that seems a tad
> hard for the rear. Anybody any ideas ??
>
> Also a small trailer ( CADDY ), not sure of tyre pressure on that either,
> I have them at 25 for a total load of trailer and goods of 250 Kgs
>
> Ta
> John H
>


There seems to be quite a bit of variance in recommended pressures - and it
is not to do with the size or type of tyre. The Australian supplement for
my 110 gives substantially higher pressures than the original owner's
manual, from 35/35 unloaded below 110kph to 45/65 at maximum load and
speeds above 130kph. I have found these to be satisfactory pressures, with
my usual moderate loads I run 40/45, fully loaded 45/55 - it doesn't go
much over 110 when fully loaded anyway! Anything lower when loaded results
in swaying and overheating tyres in hot weather (above 40C).
JD
(1986 110 3.9 diesel)
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