Sunday, 07 May 2017
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We bought an Adria Twin 600 SP last year and have struggled to find advice on tyre pressures. The only information on the vehicle door sticker, and in the vehicle data says 5.5 bar (80psi) front and back, which is fine for winter storage but far too high for use. I eventually emailed Continental tyres and got a very useful and comprehensive response with a table of axles loads against pressures for front and rear axles for my particular tyres. The table is attached.
I hope this may be of use to others.
Ben Thackeray
Cirencester
more than a month ago
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Hello Ben

Many thanks for the info

We run with Vredestein Comtrac all season on the rear (twin axle) and Toyo H09 all season on the front, with around 4.5/4.5 bar of pressure.

We have run on 5 bar in the past when we had Michelin Camper tyres but it was hard ride.:o

Spinner
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Thanks for the info, mine are at 72 psi, in line with the door sticker, never noticed any ride problems though.
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Hi Ben!

Wow, amazing info, really helpful. Many thanks for this. :o
Personally, I agree with Tom that 72 psi can be a good option for usage and you won't face any troublesome issues with this.
As for the pressure, it's easier to drive at 72 psi than at 80. But it's up to you to decide for sure what's more convenient.
As for the brand, I tend to Toyo, if comparing two abovementioned ones. They are cheaper and other options are nearly the same.
I've bought mine here giga-tyres.co.uk and happy with them completely.
And what are your favourite??
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