Change speedindex on one axle?
Is there a problem if I use 91H and 91V at the rear?
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For tyres with two different load indexes on different axles, (regarding braking, or regarding legal issues) there is no problem in your case. You can fit the size 205/55R16 91H at the front and 205/55R16 91V at the rear. However, please note that our general advise will be to always fit 4 tyres with the same performances on one car.
|rezulteo||6 Jul 15:56|
Im using two front tyre 205/55R16 91H at front and 205/55R16 91V at rear will i have problem on it, on braking ?
|Guest 14689||6 Jul 10:59|
in the UK, it is legally allowed to fit tyres with a different speed index (like H or V) on one axle. However, this is not recommended by our tyre experts. Our technical advice regarding grip, handling and braking performance is related to the same load and speed index - since in your case - one tyre will be optimised for a different maximum speed than the other. Please keep in mind that both tyres need to be of the same brand and use (e.g. snow/road).
Don't hesitate to contact us for further questions on tyre maintenance or purchase advice.
|rezulteo||6 Jul 10:07|
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