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post #11 of 12 (permalink) Old 11-27-2012, 07:26 AM
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Metzler PSI

Metzler tires tend to require more air pressure than Dunlops..... Pull up their website and look up the correct pressure, 52lb in the rear sounds about right for them. Run them too low and the handling & wear fall off dramatically.
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Metzler tires tend to require more air pressure than Dunlops..... Pull up their website and look up the correct pressure, 52lb in the rear sounds about right for them. Run them too low and the handling & wear fall off dramatically.
This is a fact. Run a Metzeler tire at the same air pressure as the factory manual syas which is for the stock tires and you will avhe issues and y9our tires will wear out much quicker.
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