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Offline jonnypolish

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Correct PSI on stretched rubber?
« on: 19 November 2010, 19:23 »
as per the title?
Just wondering if it would be the same as standard?
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Re: Correct PSI on stretched rubber?
« Reply #1 on: 19 November 2010, 19:31 »
There is no such thing as the correct PSI for stretched rubber. :huh:


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Re: Correct PSI on stretched rubber?
« Reply #2 on: 19 November 2010, 19:39 »
higher to help keep the bead sealed.

just one of the reasons stretch sucks   :undecided:
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Re: Correct PSI on stretched rubber?
« Reply #3 on: 20 November 2010, 08:04 »
There is no such thing as the correct PSI for stretched rubber. :huh:


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Re: Correct PSI on stretched rubber?
« Reply #4 on: 20 November 2010, 10:11 »
i was running 40 in my rears and they were fine. having said that one kept losing pressure and it stayed on at 20psi

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Re: Correct PSI on stretched rubber?
« Reply #5 on: 20 November 2010, 19:07 »
Was just wondering :)
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