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      11-17-2006, 02:08 AM   #1
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proper tire pressure for a 06 325i non sport?

What is the correct pressures? I think mine are 27.5 and 24.5.....stock wheels/rft
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That is too low for sure. I'm showing 30psi front and 35psi rear.
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      11-17-2006, 01:17 PM   #3
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That is too low for sure. I'm showing 30psi front and 35psi rear.
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What do you suggest for non run flats?? Same size 16's
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check the sticker on the drivers side door sills. all the factory specs are there
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What do you suggest for non run flats?? Same size 16's
Same pressures for non runflats too.
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