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2006 250GT Tire Pressure?

Hey guys,

 

Probably an incredibly silly question, but I just want to be sure.

I have 225/55R17's all round and I just realized I haven't checked their pressure since I got the car.

I got told from a friend that it's 32PSI so I went out to the gas station to go check it all.

It's 24 degree weather today (Not sure if that matters) A couple were around 40PSI as the others were mid 30.

 

I changed them all to 35PSI and I'm not too sure if I was meant to do that all around?

I don't know if it's just my brain thinking the ride was a bit more 'bouncy' or if it actually is.

Am I meant to have higher pressure in the rear or vice-versa?

 

I have too many questions, if someone could put my mind at ease it would be greatly appreciated.

 

Cheers.

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Awesome, thanks. So it's normal to have the same pressure on all wheels?

Also just another quick question. I found the sticker on the inside of the door that tells you it's recommended kPa.

The tire description is all the same apart from the last bit (95V) on the sticker and I've got '97W' on my actual tires?

(Probably still stressing, but just curious)

 

Thanks again.

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53 minutes ago, Huskian said:

Awesome, thanks. So it's normal to have the same pressure on all wheels?

Also just another quick question. I found the sticker on the inside of the door that tells you it's recommended kPa.

The tire description is all the same apart from the last bit (95V) on the sticker and I've got '97W' on my actual tires?

(Probably still stressing, but just curious)

 

Thanks again.

97 is a slightly higher load rating than 95 and W is a slightly higher speed rating than V but for practical purposes they are not that different.

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