Continental 4X4 Contact Run Flat Tire Pressure Chart

Continental 4X4 Contact Run Flat tire pressure chart with maximum tire load capacity and tire inflation for Continental 4X4 Contact Run Flat tire sizes.

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Continental 4X4 Contact Run Flat tire model comes in 1 tire size. Check Continental 4X4 Contact Run Flat tire pressure chart to find maximum tire load capacity and its specified tire inflation based on your Continental 4X4 Contact Run Flat tire size. Remember that tire pressure psi value printed on Continental 4X4 Contact Run Flat tire sidewall is its maximum tire pressure that Continental 4X4 Contact Run Flat tire can be inflated to at its corresponding maximum weight capacity, and not a recommended tire pressure setting for your vehicle.

Keep in mind that Continental 4X4 Contact Run Flat tires can naturally lose 1 to 2 psi of air pressure monthly, so check your Continental 4X4 Contact Run Flat tire pressure regularly to keep tires properly inflated.

Tire pressure is also affected by changes in outside temperature. As a rule, tire pressure for Continental 4X4 Contact Run Flat tires will drop by about 1 psi for every 10 degrees Fahrenheit drop in atmospheric temperature. Maintain proper Continental 4X4 Contact Run Flat winter tire pressure by compensating air pressure to your vehicle's recommended tire pressure levels.

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Continental 4X4 Contact Run Flat Tire Pressure Chart

Tire Size Tire Size Type Load Index Dual Load Index Speed Rating Load Range Maximum Load Maximum Dual Load Maximum Tire Pressure
255/50R19
107H XL
Metric 107 H XL 2149 lbs 51 psi Show Specs