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Re: Lexmoto LXR SE 2019 Stock Tires PSI?
The tyre pressures are different between the front and rear. Rears are higher to cope with the weight of the engine and rider. Front tyres are normally around 25 to 29 psi. The rear tyres are usually between 28 and 32 psi. Start at the lower setting and adjust upwards 2 to 4 psi each time. Think about the riders weight and riding style when you are setting these pressures. Higher pressures for heavier riders as well as for riders with a more aggressive style.
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because it is a low profile tire with a wide tread , the 30 psi is a recommended pressure for a standard size tire
however at 30 psi you will probably find that it will wear with an under inflated wear pattern and the 40 psi is used to sit the tread flat on the road
best talk with a good tire shop as they have experience and reports form a vast range of customers who talk about the pressures they run to get the best wear from the tires
the tires I run are standard and the recommended pressure is 32 psi but the make of tire actually runs best on 38 psi and that comes from the tire manufacturer
its on all uSA cars , drivers door.
and in glove box operators guide, lost that. buy one.
look again? for sticker, it is there.
the door jam only covers stock sized tires.
and you didn't post that. P205/75-r15?
each tire made has a perfect pressure based on load on the tire.
every tire has chart for that. (all do)
if not a stock tire. you need a chart.
sold with 5 different tires sizes, says FSM book.
what is important is not driving with cupped or crowning tire treads
this is dangerous to do .
if unsure, do the chock test. (google "tire foot print chock test"
there are only 2 ways
1: the chart or door sticker facts
2: or chock tests.
30 PSI my be a good starting place on stock tires.
doing it right, avoids skids.
or worse careening..
Two thoughts: 1; Your tires may not be correct for the vehicle. Look at the tire, get the ratings off of them, and look that up on the Michelin website. Your tires may not be able to handle the extra weight. The rating should be something like "Load Rating B" or something like that. 2: While looking at the tires, they should also tell you the minimum and maximum tire air pressure.
A car that size I would run 32 psi that is pretty much standard tire pressure for any car. 28 seems a little low to me. Air them up to 32 psi. If you know your alignment is good check the tire wear and see if they are wearing even and adjust tire pressure from there. If the middle is wearing and not the sides lower it.
That usually means that one or more of your tires has dropped below the level of air pressure that the manufacturer recommends. It is basically a low pressure warning light. This way you will know to find a place to check your tire pressures. Look on your tires sidewall and you will find a cold psi rating and a hot or warm psi rating. The tire pressures need to stay within those parameters in order for the light to not come on. As the tire warms from motion the air inside begins to expand and will read a higher pressure than if the tire is cold. Check your pressures and if any of the tires have a low pressure (below 30 psi) it should be inspected...........Or you may be leaving your emergency brake on. Pull up then push down to release a hand break lever and push all the way down and pull hard on the release lever for a foot brake. Another possibility is the car needs brake pads soon.
Tire pressure always changes... when you drive your vehicle for a long period of time the tires' temperature goes up along with the pressure in your tires, the molecules in the air inside your tires get excited (hot) when your vehicle is immobile for a while your tires' temperature goes down along with the pressure in your tires, the molecules in the air inside your tires get compacted (cold) This is the best time to get a true PSI reading from your tires.... the recommended tire pressure on most tires should be set at 35PSI But there might be a problem with your sensors, I work with TOYOTA their sensors are set up to where when the PSI on your tires drops below the 35PSI, the tire pressure light would then come on. You should also check if your spare tire comes equipped with pressure sensors, which in most cases they do, depending on the type of tire the PSI on spare tires will usually range from 35PSI- 80PSI you can check your owners manual for this, or simply read the recommended PSI written on the tire.
The Decal should be on the door jamb, just beneath the latch striker. If not there, check above the driver's visor. You might check with a local Saturn dealer regarding the missing decal. Maybe there were more than just one missed and they're aware of the problem. (they therefore owe you a decal, or they know where it really is) The tires have a MAX PSI number on the sidewalll where the size etc. is shown. For obvious reasons, don't exceed that pressure. Running with between the max and 5 PSI under I would consider to be safe until you find the right answer.
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