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Old 07-16-2016, 11:01 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by kentdavido View Post
It looks like the chart from Michelin (3rd down from the top - below) that the fronts should be 75 to 80 PSI, and the rear 70 to 75 PSI. Does that sound correct.

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Yes you are 100% correct.
I would put 80 psi cold in all the tires and your will be in great shape.
A bit more in the rears takes care of additional stuff.

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