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Discussion Starter · #1 · (Edited)
Its handy to have bits of information about your TF to hand when out in the car. Here is a simple quick reference label to print out. Put it on your sun visor or paste it to your door jamb.

There is a word version so you can add more info. if you want and a pdf.

It saves me fishing around for tyre sizes, tyre pressures, etc. and also reminds other drivers ( no names mentioned ) 'Son' & 'Father in Law' of a few details.

Have a look and feel free to change it.
 

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Discussion Starter · #3 · (Edited)
2.5 bar on the rear? note to self i must put some more air into mine.
It shocked me when I looked it up.
The data comes straight out of the mgtf workshop manual.

I put more air in after I had a tyre changed. The garage put 29 in the rear when i checked.

I always forget the pressures. Comes form having other cars.
Now i can just look inside the door and the details are there.
 

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pretty much the same here, had 2 new toyos put on the rear 29psi when i checked them a little later and have pretty much kept them around that mark .
 

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This is a great idea - well done!
 

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Discussion Starter · #10 · (Edited)
Well done, great idea.

One little correction if I may? There is no front centre jacking point on a TF.
ah ha! good point. It's there in the manual though? the image illustrators did'nt take it off the plan view of the tf.

I labelled with arrows the main jacking points I use.

There is a white patch over it. Thanks for that.

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