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Markjohns1



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correct tyre pressure

Can any one suggest what should be correct tyre pressure for 275/45/20, just general week ebd road use with no load or towing,been informed 42 psi all round but doesnt sound right ? Knowledgeable answers appreciated Full fat 4.2 Sc
Full fat vogue 4.4 petrol
Jaguar XJR super charged
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Tvr tuscan mk1
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England 2012 Range Rover Westminster TDV8 Santorini Black

42 seems high, i would try 33/36 like the standard 255-50-20 size.

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Australia 2008 Range Rover Supercharged 4.2 SC V8 Rimini Red

I only use 42 if i'm fully loaded and roof rack full , as Stan says 36 is a good place to be . 2008 MY Supercharged
Rimini Red / Jet
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and no ugly kid windows.
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Markjohns1



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Cheers chaps ,will alter tomorrow Full fat 4.2 Sc
Full fat vogue 4.4 petrol
Jaguar XJR super charged
Porsche cayenne
Tvr tuscan mk1
Bmw mini cooper

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