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steve mac

Tyres

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The tyres on my Wildtrak will need replacing in the next few weeks and I would welcome any feedback from any other forum users regarding suitable replacements for the standard Bridgestone 245 x 70 x 16. I am looking for a tyre which is primarily suitable for road use and am currently considering the Avon Ranger TSE tyre.

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The tyres on my Wildtrak will need replacing in the next few weeks and I would welcome any feedback from any other forum users regarding suitable replacements for the standard Bridgestone 245 x 70 x 16. I am looking for a tyre which is primarily suitable for road use and am currently considering the Avon Ranger TSE tyre.

Have a look here - looks like some great Wheel & Tyre Choices:

http://www.4x4tyres.com/alloy-wheels-for-ford-ranger-double-cab--2009-on/

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I have the Dueller 265/70R15 on my mk2 Ranger, what pressure should we be keeping our tyres at for tarmac roads (I don't ever do any off-roading)?

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I have the Dueller 265/70R15 on my mk2 Ranger, what pressure should we be keeping our tyres at for tarmac roads (I don't ever do any off-roading)?

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30 PSI front/rear (increase the rear by 4 PSI when fully loaded)

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Thanks Steve :). Out of interest, how much air should the average car (not truck) have in its tyres?

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