2007 BMW Z4 (E85) coupe 2.0l; runflat and tyre pressure
2) How do I adjust from the standard PSI pressure to accommodate the higher load rating?Many Thanks
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You can fit non-runflat instead of runflat. However, it would be wise to check with your car dealer that fitting a normal tyre won't interfere with the suspension, electronic control systems (ABS, etc.)
- Don't forget to get a spare wheel.
However, we do not recommend having runflat on one axle and non-runlfat on the other, because of the difference in structure and the fact that it can lead to disturbance in road behavior.
You can fit tyres with a higher charge. Concerning the pressure, you need to look up the recommended pressure provided by the constructer.
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