I'm a bit new. Can someone tell me what "DEPAX" means? Thanks.richysh said:Hello and welcome to the forum. If you see on top of the thread list, there's a sticky thread on 2007 ody depax. And yes you're correct. Don't tell them that yours is a touring or otherwise, it's most likely that they will reject your request of the swap. Get the right tpms just FYI also.
again, you can read the sticky butShazzam said:I'm a bit new. Can someone tell me what "DEPAX" means? Thanks.
Thanks. I thought I'd looked through all of the sticky topics.richysh said:again, you can read the sticky but
long words short, taking your original touring tires and wheels off,
get a new set of rims, tpms(if you choose to; you can cut
open the old tires on your touring wheels and take out the old
tpms and reuse it again), and tires, put them altogether, and just
bolt those new set on your vehicle and you're ready to go.
Just in case that you're not familiar with pax tires, pax tires are
run flat tires that has a ring inside, so that you can drive upto
125miles at 55mph. Lots of people 'depax' them because first,
they're very expensive when replacing, takes a LONG time to
get them replaced, and they don't last as long as normal tires.
They're heavier compare to a regualr set of rims and tires. Its
really hard to balance them that your steering wheel is gona
shake no matter how many times you get them balanced.
End of the story
hope it helps you.
here's the sticky:
you're correct. it became an option backShazzam said:Thanks. I thought I'd looked through all of the sticky topics.
I guess the current generation Touring does not have run flat tires, correct? Do we know what type of spare and where it is located?