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Old 07-31-2007, 04:45 PM
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Tire air pressure?

Can anyone with a harley that came with the pirrelli
22s on it tell me what the tire pressure stock should
be. They say 50lbs max on the sidewall and I'm currently
running 32lbs and my tps just got a fault. I'm thinking
that maybe that is to low? There was also a small difference
in one tire at 28lbs when I checked it today. They are all
back at 32 now. Before I take a spin and see if it resets
I'd like to be sure I have the right settings.
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