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|27th December 2007, 13:25||#31|
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You can get tyre pressure gauge calibrated from any Calibration lab.
Calibration frequency should depend upon your use.
Talking in loose terms but about once a year should be fine.
|27th December 2007, 13:27||#32|
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Many thanks, rks.
Unfortunately my rims are the original 4J ones in M800. You are right that the additional pressure adversely affects handling.. However, it is still much better than the stock ones. They have run 20K kms and there is still a good amount of tread left in them.
Will start with setting 32 psi. I am not worried about a tyre burst at 34 psi, what bothers me if will the wheels require balancing more frequently (I believe the tyres wear out unevenly at higher pressures?)
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