Re: [DML] Tire pressure was proper wheel alignment specs
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Re: [DML] Tire pressure was proper wheel alignment specs

I have put 40psi in my tires for some winter storage time - a month 
or two - and I definitely notice a harsher ride then. However, at 
28psi in the front I don't notice anything except some ease in 
steering. I do keep the spare in my trunk and I would estimate about 
30-40 lbs of tools and stuff.

Harold McElraft - 3354

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Dick Ryan" <deloreanbiker@...> wrote:
> While David is correct, as usual - his response is not complete.  
> owners manual also advises 25/27 lbs for fast interstate driving. 
> Since 90% of my driving is highway miles, I keep my front tires at 
25 lbs.
> FWIW, my wife says that she can feel and appreciate the added ease 
> turning in tight spots in town with the extra 2lbs. of air. 
> Dick Ryan
> VIN 16867
> --- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "David Teitelbaum" <jtrealty@> 
> >
> > The front tires do not have that much weight on them so tread 
wear is
> > not the best indicator for loading or adjusting tire pressure. The
> > recommended pressure is 23

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