The tire will have the maximum allowable pressure printed on the sidewall of the tire. If your vehicle does not have the original equipment tires on it, you wouldn't be filling the tires to the proper pressure anyway. Look on the sidewall of the tire, it's mandatory for tire producers to label the tire with the proper inflation rate
It makes no difference if you have 16", 17", or 18" wheels. The correct tire pressure is the same for all of these sizes. The correct pressure is listed in your owners manual and on the drivers door post.
I think it is 35 pounds of pressure in the winter and 32 in the summer.
If your Jetta came with 16 inch wheels as original equipment the correct tire pressure is located on a plaque mounted on the driver's side door post. If the 16 inch tires are not original to your car, the tire pressure on my 2007 jetta with 16 inch wheels is 34 pounds front and rear.
33psi back + front
Assuming you have stock tires, which is supplied by the company itself, the best and most suitable tyre pressure is 36psi for the front wheels, and 33psi for the rear wheels ! Good luck !
between the rear wheels
30 pounds for all four wheels for normal speed and weight.
This is normal and is caused by the weight of the wheels, and the dampers pushing them down. All you need to do to correct this is take the jack out from underneath the vehicle and drive it off, the wheels will settle down once you start driving.
Website I found says 76psi front and 44psi for rear wheels.
Check Tire Pressure. If correct, check that the factory pressure monitor installed on stock wheels is still good.
Sledges used by eskimos have no wheels as application of wheels reduces the area in contact with the snow. As pressure is inversely proportional to area , less will be the area more will be the pressure. Due to the access of pressure wheels may sink in snow and it will be difficult to move it.
If you have an Accord with 19 wheels, you can fill them to whatever pressure you'd like. My Accord only has 6 (4 + spare + steering wheel). I would recommend 32 psi for the tires, and not put any air in the steering wheel.
Original size is 165R15, equivalent size is 165/80R15.
Yes, a 2013 Volkswagen Beetle can be towed 4 wheel down Flat Towed.
Just about anywhere that sells Hot Wheels cars. Wal*Mart, Kmart, Target....
30 psi front and 28 psi rear is good.
Target, Walmart, King Soopers, Walgreens, Almost anywhere.
tyre pressure gauge.
Punto wheels will not fit a 206. Punto wheels are 4x98. Check with your local tire dealer to find the correct tires for your vehicle.
To distribute input pressure to the output(s). Automobile brakes use a proportioning valve to prevent sending too much or too little pressure to the wheels. Since your car dives forward and the weight of your engine is on top of your front wheels, the back wheels need less hydraulic pressure.
Get air shocks or get wheels with the correct offset.
'They' have the correct tools and know what they are doing
it is because you have to find the correct website