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Tire pressure for Triumph TR6R #776633 06/17/19 2:16 am
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1972 Triumph TR6R with a Easy Rider sidecar(looks like a Spirit Eagle). Suggested tire pressure, front, rear and sidecar and make
of tires if I replace the stock tires I have on it now.

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Re: Tire pressure for Triumph TR6R [Re: snowbob] #776663 06/17/19 2:08 pm
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I am guessing that it is a pretty light fiberglass sidecar. Ideally, you want something with a pretty flat profile. There is an outfit (pun!) in the States called Universal Vintage Tyre that is tied into a similar company in Britain that should be able to set you up. Look them up on the web and give them a shout.

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Re: Tire pressure for Triumph TR6R [Re: snowbob] #776664 06/17/19 2:11 pm
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I forgot to add, if you haven't already put about 75 or 80 pounds of ballast in the sidecar. I used a weight off a barbell set, others use bags of sand. Otherwise the car comes up to easily.

Ed from NJ

Re: Tire pressure for Triumph TR6R [Re: snowbob] #776673 06/17/19 4:14 pm
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I use a Avon Sidecar Triple
Duty on the front, and a Avon Safety Mileage on the rear. I e mailed Avon with loaded weight of the outfit and all 3 tire sizes and they quickly returned my e mail with recommended tire pressures.


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