Chausson (Transit) Flash 10 tyre pressures

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  1. WOOOODENTOP

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    Do you know the Chausson Flash 10 tyre pressures
    Transit chassis
    tyres Continental 215 x 75 x 16C
     
  2. leeboy

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    Hi ,
    try www.tyresafe.org as tyre pressures alter depending on axle weight. It is much better and safer to weigh your vehicle when loaded and alter pressures accordingly. I'm on a trip around France at the moment with scooter mounted on the rear, no problems at all and front and rear pressures well below the max 69 psi as stated on the side wall. Too high a pressure and the van will bounce all over.
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    Lee...
     
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    Should be a sticker inside one of cab doors - passenger?
     
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    Don't use the pressures on the door, as these are for the Transit van and NOT the MH. Best way is to get your van weighed front and back axles, then phone Continental who will give the proper pressures.

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    chausson allegro 96 /3.250klg - front 5.5 bar rear 5.0 bar +/_ .o5 bar
     
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    The Chausson manual which comes with the MH advises you to inflate the tyre pressure to the figures given on the plate on the front door. I run mine a few psi lower than the figures given.
     
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