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dman
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dman Dec 3, 12:33am - #341644 

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tire inflation

hey i put kumho 711 tires on the gts rims and im not sure how much to reinflate them too. can anyone give me a quick answer? thanks

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ExNihilo
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ExNihilo Dec 3, 12:56am - #341645 
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Lacking any real information, I'd take a guess and say 32 psi. But check the owners manual and the tire itself. Until you find out the right number, 32 is probably safe.

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dman
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dman Dec 3, 1:03am - #341646 

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yea i just filled up at my friends house around 31-32
so i think it'll be good but anyone that has the forsure numbers please let me know

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celicamaniac Dec 4, 8:29am - #341647 
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Make sure you read the side of the tire. Should say max psi ____, this psi reading is when you veichle is at rest for atleast 3 hours. Be careful to not over inflate them. If you do the tire will pop right out of your wheel. When you drive your car the tire gets hot. Heat inside the tire makes the tire psi go up. So if your max pressure is 40 keep it under 40. I have yokohamas tires. Max pressure i belive is 40. When my car is at rest is 35. after driving a few minutes my psi when up to low 40. Hope this helps.
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Polykarb Dec 4, 8:48am - #341648 

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helpful hint: Remember that heat and rubber expands at higher temperatures. So 30-35psi is safe.

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