Tires from winter to spring

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Tires from winter to spring

Postby Guest » Sat Mar 08, 2003 4:47 pm

While I was up on my spring break in Lake Placid (yeah the high was 10 degrees) I noticed my tires looked low. My 205/55/16's on the stock Z wheels says inflate to max 35psi. Right now Im running 24psi in the fronts and 20 psi on the rears. This seems to be working fine because it is so cold out and havent had any problems so far. Being that I'll be driving back 3.5 hrs to college tomorrow and then back here for Easter break, does anyone have any pointers for me? Should I raise the psi up tomorrow before I leave since it will hopefully  ??? getting warmer? Anyone have any opinions for me? Thanks.



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Tires from winter to spring

Postby stizkidz » Sat Mar 08, 2003 6:17 pm

35 psi all around should be good for a road trip.  this will ensure good fuel economy as well as easy cruising.  i would only run those other numbers when you are drag racing...

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Postby 90INDYLIN » Sat Mar 08, 2003 11:36 pm

I'd go by the note in the door frame or the manual.


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Tires from winter to spring

Postby Guest » Sun Mar 09, 2003 3:27 am

yes, I would say like 30-35 would be good for traveling




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