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#6: 12-13-2012, 12:50 PM
 
 rexva
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Originally Posted by iNVAR View Post
35/33 F/R cold iniflation, meaning your car has sat overnight, in the shade (or garage) and you check it before they have a chance to warm up.

you can overinflate a tiny bit if you want, but i would strongly suggest you not go lower than the 35/33 F/R recommended.

i personally do 37/35.
This probably sounds very stupid, but bear with me...

I take the pressure "cold", say in the morning, and it's low.

So I drive to the gas station to use the air machine... now they are warm. So how do I know what pressure is right?