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Hopefully not "type of oil" contentious...So what's your personal preference... do you:1) follow manufacturer's spec on pressure, no matter the tire.2) go with tiree manufacturer's pressure3) both be damned, pump 'em where you want.
Could be wrong but I believe the manufacturer(tire) just states max cold pressure, no recommendations.
38 years of riding... and I have just now heard this 10% thing. Old habits are a hell of a thing.
Hopefully not "type of oil" contentious...
so is it OK if I use pressurized cans of wasp spray to fill my tire?
I used to always run 10% less than the max pressure on the sidewall, but after experimenting with different pressures, I've settled on 34-36 front and 38 -40 rear on my Griso and Norge. This is from cold AKA sitting overnight. Initially went 32 front 36 rear, but like the feel of the front end better with 34 or 36.It's a matter of preference depending on the kind of feedback feel roll over that you want and of course your loads.
This right here :1: The 10% always applies . Dusty
Interesting interpretation of the 10% rule The 10% rule actually means that after completely warming up the tires , a 10% rise from cold pressure , IE 36PSI cold , right at 40 PSI warm is what you want . Dusty
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