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    my car pulls to the left ive checked the tyres they have 32 psi so going to change the track rods and tie rods anybody have a how2 for this? 2.0dti

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    34 psi mate usall rule is alloys size the double it

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    so 34psi paul? them alloys give a much smoother ride well pleased with them , car passed its MOT got some play in steering rack wich i thinks track rods or tie rods they said gonna do them both tho

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    Yes I ran 34 in them mate yes they do improve the ride alot mate glad your happy with them

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulvectrac View Post
    34 psi mate usall rule is alloys size the double it
    and a silly "rule" it is.

    Tyre pressure is based on the cars weight NOT wheel diameter.

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    Well i suppose so mate but 34 is spot on on them wheels as they are my old ones and I was fine

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