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hi , i have looked on line and in the manuals, trying to find  the correct tyre pressures for on the road  using bar grip tires   , i saw the  article  about the K9 pressures and wondered if they maybe the same but not to sure  ,if anyone would know it would gladly appreciated , thank you   

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Have never succeeded in finding the answer to this one, as you say, there is nothing in the manuals!

If it's any help, my QLD has run with the tyres at 50 psi for years. The QLR is heavier so I would probably go for a little bit more - unless anyone can come up with the definitive answer. (Over to you Mr Farrant - your knowledge and expertise seem to be limitless!).

Mike.

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9 hours ago, mike30841 said:

Have never succeeded in finding the answer to this one, as you say, there is nothing in the manuals!

If it's any help, my QLD has run with the tyres at 50 psi for years. The QLR is heavier so I would probably go for a little bit more - unless anyone can come up with the definitive answer. (Over to you Mr Farrant - your knowledge and expertise seem to be limitless!).

Mike.

I have a booklet produced by the Army School of Transport, Bordon, specifically on the QLD and pressures are 36 front and 56 rear. I actually run my front tyres at 40 psi as it is not so heavy on the steering then. Hope this is of help.

regards, Richard

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good morning , Richard , many thanks for the pressures , would that be the same for QLR  i wonder , but its a start not knowing what they should be as i find it very heavy on the steering ,  best regards  Peter

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