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Tyre Pressure Guide for all BMWs
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Thanks Don! Thumbsup2Thumbsup2
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#3
I see that the 335 & 135 pressures are not included. Is there a sperate table?
I have found that the pressure gauges at the garages are not properly callibrated and always use my own pressure gauge when checking tyre pressure
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For the correct tyre pressure for your car check the offside B-pillar as you open the door Thumbsup2
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#8
thanks.

problem is that there is no mention of presure per tyre/rim size.
there are different tyre options on each model.

so we need to make a few assumptions with this spreadsheet.
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What pressure do you guys run on 18inch tyres.? Flyfun

8.5j Front 225/40
9.5j Rear 265/35

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#15
Let me spark this thread again.

Searched the Forum

Ok so either i cant find straight answer or there is no one that knows.

Does anyone know what the exact tyre preasure is for the following Tyre's.

PS: the sticker on my door wont help as this is not the standard Tyre size for my E90.

Normal Driving Conditions

Front 235x35x19" ??????????
Rear 265x35x19 ??????????

Towing 4 Berth Caravan

Front 235x35x19" ??????????
Rear 265x35x19 ??????????

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(01-10-2009, 07:37 AM)PMAC Wrote: I have found that the pressure gauges at the garages are not properly callibrated and always use my own pressure gauge when checking tyre pressure

I check each of my tyres personally every time I fill up. (runflats have me paranoid).
I use the same garage, closest to home and usually fill up in the morning so that the tyres are still pretty cold.

After BMW did some work on my car they told me the tyres were 2.35 - 2.4 instead of the 2.6 they should be, so the garage I use is out by quite a bit.

I got myself an auto zone or something similar stetho gage for something like R80, which read 2.65 after BMW corrected it, so that is what I will use from now on, with my own gauge.
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#17
Please could someone assist.

I drive an 2007 323i sport E90 with aftermarket wheels. I have tried searching the forum and web to find the correct tire pressures with no luck.

Sizes are
245/35ZR19 93Y XL
265/35ZR19 93Y XL

Any help would be really apreciated!

Thanks


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#18
Unless you put aftermarket wheels of a different size

(18-05-2010, 02:15 AM)StK Wrote: For the correct tyre pressure for your car check the offside B-pillar as you open the door Thumbsup2
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(19-06-2014, 02:21 PM)neelsie88 Wrote: Please could someone assist.

I drive an 2007 323i sport E90 with aftermarket wheels. I have tried searching the forum and web to find the correct tire pressures with no luck.

Sizes are
245/35ZR19 93Y XL
265/35ZR19 93Y XL

Any help would be really apreciated!

Thanks


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Please I need some help with this


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#20
http://www.puretyre.co.uk/bmw-tyre-pressures/ Thumbs

List seems to be up to date with newer models
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