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What should my tire pressure be for my 1995 beretta i checked my car door and the numbers were crazy! not sure if i'm looking for poundage or whatever but anyways the tire pressure gage goes til 90 on gage, and right now my tire pressure is at 30 something

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The recommended pressure is 30 PSI, i always set them at 32 PSI - just personal preference.

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