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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
Hiya all,

I have just bought six new tyres BF GOODRICH 235/85 R16 They are All Terrain
T\A. They were not cheap and I think my poor credit card nearly melted.
Anyway the garage have inflated them all to 28 psi.

The vehicle is Defender 110 CSW 2.5TDI, 1991 UK Specification.

I will be carrying a lot of weight at the back and have upgraded to heavy
duty springs and shockers.

What PSI should I inflate the front and back to? Main driving is on tarmac
and ocassionally sand and dirt roads. Sometimes deep sand (I suspect I
will need to deflate the tyres for this).

Happy New Year

Andy
 
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Discussion Starter · #2 ·
Hiya,

No it is normal four wheels. I have two spares.

Andy

"JacobH" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> Andrew Renshaw wrote:
>> Hiya all,
>>
>> I have just bought six new tyres BF GOODRICH 235/85 R16 They are All
>> Terrain T\A. They were not cheap and I think my poor credit card
>> nearly melted. Anyway the garage have inflated them all to 28 psi.
>>
>> The vehicle is Defender 110 CSW 2.5TDI, 1991 UK Specification.
>>
>> I will be carrying a lot of weight at the back and have upgraded to
>> heavy duty springs and shockers.
>>
>> What PSI should I inflate the front and back to? Main driving is on
>> tarmac and ocassionally sand and dirt roads. Sometimes deep sand (I
>> suspect I will need to deflate the tyres for this).
>>
>> Happy New Year
>>
>> Andy

>
> 6? 4x6 or 6x6?
>
> --
> "He who says it cannot be done should not interrupt her doing it."
>
> If at first you don't succeed,
> maybe skydiving's not for you!
>
>
 
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Discussion Starter · #3 ·
Andrew Renshaw wrote:
> Hiya all,
>
> I have just bought six new tyres BF GOODRICH 235/85 R16 They are All
> Terrain T\A. They were not cheap and I think my poor credit card
> nearly melted. Anyway the garage have inflated them all to 28 psi.
>
> The vehicle is Defender 110 CSW 2.5TDI, 1991 UK Specification.
>
> I will be carrying a lot of weight at the back and have upgraded to
> heavy duty springs and shockers.
>
> What PSI should I inflate the front and back to? Main driving is on
> tarmac and ocassionally sand and dirt roads. Sometimes deep sand (I
> suspect I will need to deflate the tyres for this).
>
> Happy New Year
>
> Andy


6? 4x6 or 6x6?

--
"He who says it cannot be done should not interrupt her doing it."

If at first you don't succeed,
maybe skydiving's not for you!
 
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Discussion Starter · #4 ·
"Andrew Renshaw" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> Hiya all,
>
> I have just bought six new tyres BF GOODRICH 235/85 R16 They are All

Terrain
> T\A. They were not cheap and I think my poor credit card nearly melted.
> Anyway the garage have inflated them all to 28 psi.
>
> The vehicle is Defender 110 CSW 2.5TDI, 1991 UK Specification.
>
> I will be carrying a lot of weight at the back and have upgraded to heavy
> duty springs and shockers.
>
> What PSI should I inflate the front and back to? Main driving is on tarmac
> and ocassionally sand and dirt roads. Sometimes deep sand (I suspect I
> will need to deflate the tyres for this).
>
> Happy New Year
>
> Andy
>
>


Had mine since new ( 110 csw 1997 ) on BF as yours and after searching
around have run mine on 28/ 35 light load and 35/ 40 heavy load ever
since. No uneven wear and lasted about 65k miles
 
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