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Old 06-29-2015, 11:50 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by gljurczyk View Post
Oh Please, I just asked where it is posted in the manual, Never did I say you were wrong, My Manual is different that's all. At 15% per your manual mine would go off all the time. Don't make a big deal about me questioning where you got 15%, Wow no big deal. no where in mine says 15% higher then the CP it doesn't give those Parameter settings. Just a question that's all. Please don't have a heart attack over a question. Yes I called the factory or Manufacturer and they asked me my CP. and instructed me how to set it to there recommendations for my system. I guess reread your post #15 that is what I was questioning. I assume you also didn't read my post #7 either. Neil your right I'm wrong......
Was just confused, first you say yours were factory set and then you say you set them with them on the phone. I've never heard of them being "Factory set".

p.s. I didn't post #15, LOL

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Old 06-29-2015, 08:56 PM   #22
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The only thing factory set that they recommend leaving alone is the temp at 158. The factory high pressure is set over 101#. To lower that for smaller tires you must first set the low pressure setting, ie: 50 psi tires, lower to say 45 psi. Once your lowers are set, the high pressure will go below 101 to say 61#. It changes in 2# so setting it on 60# won't happen. 61# is fine.

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