[Healeys] Tyre Pressures
WILLIAM B LAWRENCE
YNOTINK at msn.com
Tue Aug 8 19:42:58 MDT 2017
Take along your own pressure gauge and read it in PSI.
From: Healeys <healeys-bounces at autox.team.net> on behalf of Tim Ward <timwarduk at aol.com>
Sent: Monday, August 7, 2017 8:05:11 AM
To: josef-eckert at t-online.de; 'Healeys, Forum'
Subject: Re: [Healeys] Tyre Pressures
Thanks Josef. I thought it might be around that, but welcome your confirmation
From: josef-eckert at t-online.de [mailto:josef-eckert at t-online.de]
Sent: 06 August 2017 12:44
To: Tim Ward <timwarduk at aol.com>; Healeys, Forum <Healeys at autox.team.net>
Subject: Tyre Pressures
Around 2.0 bars front and rear would be fine.
Betreff: [Healeys] Tyre Pressures
Von: "Tim Ward" <timwarduk at aol.com<mailto:timwarduk at aol.com>>
An: "healeys at autox.team.net<mailto:healeys at autox.team.net>" <healeys at autox.team.net<mailto:healeys at autox.team.net>>
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Getting the car ready for a drive to the South of France taking in the Route des Grandes Alpes all the way to Menton. Then back mostly on Motorways.
So the drive will be a mixture of Motorways and Mountain Pass Roads.
Question therefore is what Bar Pressure should I put in for the different roads.
I have 72 spoke wheels all fitted with relatively new Vredestein Tyres 185/70, HR15, 89H
As usual I look forward to the benefit of your collective wisdom
BJ8, original Metallic Golden Beige
12 Mill Road
Tel: 07855 388 751
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