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 09-11-2005, 12:42 Post: 116221
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weather's getting cooler & I noticed my tires are low. what's the general air pressure for 6.00-16 fronts and 9.5-24 rears?
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 09-12-2005, 06:30 Post: 116259
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RedCompact, The tire pressure should be on the side of the tire in kpa, [kilopascal]. If my INFO is correct for youre stated tire size,

Front, 180-200 kpa = 26.00-29.01 psi
Rear, 100-120 kpa = 14.5-17.4 psi


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 09-13-2005, 06:37 Post: 116310
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I ran mine at 28 front and 16 rear, year round. The book does recommend however, to increase the rears to 19 if you spend any time on hard surface roadways.

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 09-13-2005, 08:42 Post: 116320
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Thanks Ranch Hand-Everything on my tires is in Chinese & couldn't find it in the manual either.






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 09-13-2005, 08:43 Post: 116321
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Thanks Greg...couldn't figure out the Chinese






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 09-17-2005, 06:22 Post: 116551
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Be careful when mixing US PSI air with Chinese KPA air, I have heard that the Chinese air is like their oil, not too good.... Nevermind, too early, I have been told I have a dry sense of humor....maybe it dried out..






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I had a part time service station job back in my college days. Back then it was normal to swap winter and summer thermostats, winter and summer tires. But this one stretches the idea to it's limits: A woman came in one spring and asked for summer air in her tires. Claimed she wanted the winter air removed, and replaced with summer air.

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 09-17-2005, 10:41 Post: 116562
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"A woman came in one spring and asked for summer air in her tires. Claimed she wanted the winter air removed, and replaced with summer air."
I see the makings of ANOTHER BLONDE JOKE here.






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 09-17-2005, 10:56 Post: 116563
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I try to save a couple buckets of summer air to use in the winter when I am requested to get one ready for spring.

I guess I should start shooting some grease in the muffler bearing also?


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