Re: [DML] Tire Pressure
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Re: [DML] Tire Pressure



Always go by the cars tire pressure specification not the tires max 
pressure on the tire.

The reason for this has to do with vehicle weight. You can put the same 
tire on 2 different vehicles that weigh different and they will wear 
different.

Example 35 psi on one car may make the inner tread wear out and on the 
other car the outer tread may wear out.

Running wrong pressure also effects gas mileage.

Tell your smart buddy to go to a Goodyear or Firestone and tell them 
they are wrong.

Also an over or under-inflated tire will void the tire warranty.


Mark V


On Jul 20, 2005, at 1:12 PM, robert parker wrote:

>    I had an interesting discussion with one of my fellow workers. He
> maintains the pressure placard in the car is for the tires that CAME on the car; they were designed for that car.  He runs 40 PSI in his tires because that is the max. inflation given on the tire.




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