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1983 Toyota Hiace Campervan - Tyre Information

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Hi guys,

I'm a new member of this forum, my partner and I having just purchased a 1983 Hiace "hi-top" in Australia. 

My question relates to servicing and especially tyre pressures for this Campervan. Any vehicle marks have long since rubbed off and I cannot find consistent advice anywhere online. 

Any help is greatly appreciated, on what the tyre pressure should be and if there are any manuals available for this van. 

Pleased to connect with you!


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Extra Info:

I think we have the 2L Petrol van (1.998)



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Welcome, Adam...

..usually there is some info on a plate somewhere on the vehicle..door shuts/B pillar are often the preferred location....or inside the fuel filler flap.

Usually the figures will relate to Kpa or Psi or Bar.

Failing that I guess I'd be running around the 32-35 psi mark. I'm sure Hiace/camper van owners will be along to give more info...enjoy your travels.




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