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    Can some body give the hot tips, for tyre pressures off road and on the city roads.Any good charts ?
    Thanks
    NP 03 Exceed. 3.5l petrol. Injected LPG. 2in lift, Poly air at rear, custom rear storage, 10 wheeels, 5 tyres looking for some new tyres,

  • #2
    Try this one, it should have what you'll need for tyre pressures.

    Cheers Gary


    Last edited by Garygls; 21-08-08, 05:21 AM.
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    • #3
      Thanks Gary
      NP 03 Exceed. 3.5l petrol. Injected LPG. 2in lift, Poly air at rear, custom rear storage, 10 wheeels, 5 tyres looking for some new tyres,

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      • #4
        I have LT's on:
        Black Top - 42 to 45psi
        Good Dirt Road - 36psi
        Average Dirt Road - 32psi
        Rough Dirt Road - 26psi
        Sand - 12 to 18psi
        (ie Simpson QAA soft tops 14psi was required)


        Non-LT tyres you will have to keep it below 35psi (look at the side wall of the tyre for maximum PSI)
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        • #5
          Do's this mean that the makers plate on the side of the door needs to be ignored as mine say's 29psi.

          I have been putting about 32psi in fuel consumption seems To be better.
          NP 03 Exceed. 3.5l petrol. Injected LPG. 2in lift, Poly air at rear, custom rear storage, 10 wheeels, 5 tyres looking for some new tyres,

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          • #6
            I beleave its for all round comfort & handling from Mits. I put 37psi around town for my off road tyres.
            Dual Battery
            80Ltr Waeco
            91Ltr Longrange Tank
            3" Lovells/Bilstein
            3” Exhaust
            Winch
            NP 05 DID

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            • #7
              Hi sinbad,
              The 29psi on the door sticker is for a soft-compliant city drive, if you run higher, I run 35psi in mine, fuel economy will improve and your tyres will last longer.
              Sandgroper.
              NS VRX DiD manual, family pack, tint, 2.5t tow, Smartbar, Firestone airbags, Vision X HID driving lights.

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              • #8
                I have got maxxis 751 bravo radials on the front and geolanders on the back,
                what psi would you recommend for around town.

                I'm very new to this, the maxxis have m&s on them do's that mean mud and sand? and would anybody recommend the maxxis as i will have to replace the rear tires next.

                I went on my first 4x4 adventure on the weekend up to the flinders ranges, now i know why so many people like 4x4 there great fun, even on the dirt roads much better then driving a sedan.
                Just have to get used to the extra fuel usage.
                NP 03 Exceed. 3.5l petrol. Injected LPG. 2in lift, Poly air at rear, custom rear storage, 10 wheeels, 5 tyres looking for some new tyres,

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