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    tyre pressure

    Ok a know thats is prob a stupid but i have changed my alloys i had 16" vauxhall alloys and now have 17 inch bk299 does the tyre pressure stay the same or do i put a little more air in because there bigger and what is the correct psi for my car i have 5 door h 1.4 and used to put 31 all round

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    It stays the same, the pressure supports the weight of the car and that hasn't changed.

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    i know it was a stupid qestion mate just really wasnt sure
    cheers mate i kind of thought that honest

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    I asked the same question myself when I got new wheels

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    id put 32psi in them

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    i had 205/50/16 vauxhall tryes and alloys b4 on my mk4 sri , i know have 215/45/17 tyres on 17" rims know. and its the 1.6cc. what tyre pressure shld i use as the owners book gives different presures for each trye?

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