Tyre Pressure

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  1. ShiftZZ

    ShiftZZ Funster Life Member

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    Any ideas what your would be for a Fiat ducatto 2003 16in tyres. To dark to go and check th size at the moment
     
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    Different for each make of tyre. You will get some guesses and opinions shortly but the only way you can get the proper pressures is to email your tyre manufacturers with the details of the tyres and the axle weights (plated weights are OK if you haven't got the actual weights)
     
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    No sticker in a door jamb ?
     
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    Correct tyre pressures can be a boon in not falling of a motorcycle.....................................*SNIGGER*.
     
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    Correct tyre pressure helps you to predict fuel consumption accurately


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    4.5 bar front and 3.5 bar rear depending on load based on 225r16CP tyres but rear is a tag axle so would imagine rear pressure to be higher in single rear wheels
     
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    only flat at the bottom lol still lol ray
     
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    The sticker on our van is for the Fiat base vehicle. There is a page in the handbook which details the pressures for different tyres on the specific motorhome.
     
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    With French air do you have to take the effect of the garlic into account?
     
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    Probably on strike anyway :D:D
     
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    Make sure you are wearing flip flops :happy:
    Place lips over tire valve and blow hard when face goes red stop :blusher:
    Using a Rapido motion kick tire twice :madder:
    do this for all four tires :clap:
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    ours says 5.5bar all round but then ours is a 4.5t Autotrail Delaware
     
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    215/75 R16

    Thiughts
     
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    mine are 70 front 80 rear
     
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    Agreed if your running weight is right up to limits
    If light load then I would go for
    60 front 70 rear
    Till you find out what it should be
     
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    What make of tyres? I've got some email addresses around for some of the manufacturers.
     
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    For mine Michelin have said 80 rear and adjust the front according to the actual axle weight. I've got 62 in the front at the moment.
     
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    This is the table from our handbook. Your van is heavier than ours, Dave, but hopefully the figures will be reasonably close. tp.jpg
     
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    Thanks all will send HH to sort it out later.
     
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