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Old 06-26-2004, 12:53 AM   #1
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Question Gary(or anyone): Correct tire pressure Help

I have a 99 328I Premium pkg. the tires are Pirellli Nero M+S 225/50/16. Can anyone let me know what the proper or maximum psi for the front and rear tires?

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Old 06-26-2004, 11:27 AM   #2
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I have a 99 328I Premium pkg. the tires are Pirellli Nero M+S 225/50/16. Can anyone let me know what the proper or maximum psi for the front and rear tires?

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No one can offer me some insights?
Is 30 fronts & 33 rears ok??Please help...
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maximum and proper are not the same thing. the proper spec should be inside of your door sil.
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maximum and proper are not the same thing. the proper spec should be inside of your door sil.

Right. The tire placard on the car should read 29 front and 32psi rear on the car. You may use higher Psi if you wish, but watch for more rapid wear on the center ribs if you do this.
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