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Old 03-05-2020, 10:09 AM   #31
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Cool Re: Why Do Original Equipt Tires Rate So Low?

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The problem here is that the temperature varies from day to day - and even within a day. How do you set the pressures for when you are going to be driving the car? My approach is a few psi over. That way I am never too low and I naturally prefer the crisper turn in.
I overinflate the tires 5psi the night before, then set them to Tire Placard or +1psi over first thing early morning.

Repeat 2X every month.

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Re: Why Do Original Equipt Tires Rate So Low?

When I see Bridgestone's 'Ecopia' tires on anything German with three letters in the name I scratch my head.
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