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I've posted up 2 decals on the link below that I bought a while back. I just don't know which one to put on my 71SS.
I'm running the stock F60 x 15's (which is on the build sheet). The tire pressures are different on each & on bottom left is ZP on the top sticker and ZR on the bottom sticker. Is either one right... please help.
http://albums.photopoint.com/j/View?u=275305&a=2049008&p=51514776&Sequence=0&res=high

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Jim,
Whats in box 105 of your build sheet?The letters ZP or ZR or perhaps other letters?Those letters on your build sheet must correspond to the letters on your tire sticker.

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Hi Dean,

It looks just like box 105 has the number 540 in it... I don't know what that means? But Box number 92 which has ("TIRE PRES LABEL" - in it) has the letters "AT"... I don't know what that means either??

Parts catalogs only show they carry tire pressure decals for 71 Malibu (not SS), and 1972 Malibu, SS and El Camino.

I have a scanned copy of my build sheet and posted up on the following link below. It's a pretty good-sized file (344KB, sorry) and will take a little bit longer to load.
http://albums.photopoint.com/j/View?u=275305&a=2049008&p=51526354&Sequence=0&res=high

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1971 Buildsheets are different then 1970.Box 92 is where your Tire Psi suffix is for 1971.
AT is correct as well as BA on other 1971 SS Chevelles.
ZP and ZR are 1972 suffix codes.


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<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by MY LS5:
Hi Dean,

It looks just like box 105 has the number 540 in it... I don't know what that means? But Box number 92 which has ("TIRE PRES LABEL" - in it) has the letters "AT"... I don't know what that means either??

Parts catalogs only show they carry tire pressure decals for 71 Malibu (not SS), and 1972 Malibu, SS and El Camino.

I have a scanned copy of my build sheet and posted up on the following link below. It's a pretty good-sized file (344KB, sorry) and will take a little bit longer to load.
http://albums.photopoint.com/j/View?u=275305&a=2049008&p=51526354&Sequence=0&res=high[/UR L]

Thank you,

--Jim

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Oops I thought we were talking about a 70.My Bad.Yes 71 build sheets are a bit different.Box 92 AT should be what a correct tire pressure sticker would have on it for your car.NOT ZP or ZR.
Contact Jim Osborn Reproductions 770-962-7556 for this sticker.If he doent carry it he may start to make them.Black LS6 got him to reproduc the correct BC label for a few of us 70 owners.He may help.

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Thanks guys! Well, I'm glad I didn't stick either one on, to later peel it off to stick on the correct one. I'll give Jim a call Dean & see if he can help out.

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