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    Question Why Mehran suspension goes hard?

    Hello,

    I have seen many 3-4 years old Mehrans with hard suspension giving alot bumps and jumps. Mine is new and it has got nice suspension (Means not so hard and relatively good on bumpy roads) but I'm afraid that will it also become hard with the passage of time?

    I'm running on Stock General tyres and I'm satisfied with the performance so far.

    Any suggestion to keep my Mehran like this in long run?

    Thanks!


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    drive carefully and avoid bumps and potholes

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    Don't drive like as if u r driving a rally car. Ease up on bumpy roads.

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    ^^^ Thanks both of you. Yeah since its my hard earned money car so I already drive very carefully on Jumps and broken roads.

    So Suspension hardness has nothing to do with Pak Suzuki fitted General Tyres? Some tyre shops kept me saying that "if you use these general tyres then this will happen or that will happen to you car suspension blah blah blah"

    I guess those guys were just doing bluff job.

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    Keep the air pressure in your tyre on 28psi.
    The drive would get comfortable.
    Remember check the tyre pressure when the tyres are cold, like in the morning. If you are checking tyre pressure when on the road and tyres are hot, then keep 30 psi.

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    The stock tyre gets harder in few months so you will feel the jumps.If you can afford replace the tyre ASAP. if your stock tyre are in good shape you can get some exchange money too.For tyre advice check this thread:
    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/whe...i-am-tyre-guru

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