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28 to 35 lbs/square inch depending on load and speed . Higher end for fast driving or loaded

Posted on Mar 21, 2014

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  • Bill Boyd Mar 21, 2014

    that is good but if you talk to a tyre shop you will find pressure variations for load and speed . IT depends on if you are using the car for general purposes.

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