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    thats too much.. i think 32 front 34 rear is more then enuf
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    There must be a sticker on the drivers door side, with recommended tyre pressure

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    Read instruction manuals thats comes with the car.
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    Manual bhai, aik cheeze hoti hai usko parho sub kuch likha hai and check door stickers as well for correct pressure
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    33 in the rear, 30 in the front is best I think ....
    However, lowering the tyre pressure makes suspension soft, + increases braking distance,

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    Quote Originally Posted by CutePoison View Post
    There must be a sticker on the drivers door side, with recommended tyre pressure
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    the recommended tire pressure fot Swift is:
    33 for Front
    30 for Rear.
    I know it sounds rather absurd but this is how it is. I dnt know y the tire pressure in the front tires is suppose to be more than the rear ones. But i keep 30 on all four tires.
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    The door instruction says 33 front and 30 back if 2 men sit and if 4 men and luggage than 33 front and 38 back, strange.
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    Quote Originally Posted by majedkhan View Post
    The door instruction says 33 front and 30 back if 2 men sit and if 4 men and luggage than 33 front and 38 back, strange.
    38 for prolonged / motorway use with full loaded rear seats/trunk
    keep it 33F/30R for routine...even with 4 persons during normal driving
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    Yes, it is 33 front, 30 rear for normal and 33 front and 36 rear for full load. If you drive in an area with broken roads then i think 32 front, 30 rear will be OK.

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    Hello Friend,

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