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    What's the Best Tyre Pressure to Inflate Our Tyres?

    When I got my aftermarket 15" rims (with new lower profile tyres) installed I was told + shown with a sticker display on my windscreen to pump my tyres to 40 PSI, I've been doing 40 ever since because the people who installed my rims + tyres told me so, however I know average is typically 30-35 PSI. I have noticed my tyres seem to deflate quite quickly down to about 36 PSI before it eases off and stays consistently full. Is that a sign that 40 PSI is too much for my tyres or is that just an effect of lower profile tyres/some other effect?

    How much do you guys pump your tyres to?
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    38-40 psi
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    Continuously check tire weight when the tires are stone icy. cheap explainer video pricing. You could quit detaching your hair on the off chance that you had another auto dealership or tire shop drain all the water-logged let some circulation into of the tires and had them cleansed and swelled with nitrogen which is an idle gas.

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