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· D.I.L.L.I.G.A.F.
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Just look on the sidewall of the tire. I usually run 2 lbs under recommended. Lower is you go dirt riding. Which you should since the bike is a loaner :laughing
 

· D.I.L.L.I.G.A.F.
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Ignore what's on the side wall, that's the maximum load data, and has nothing to do with the bike. In some cases it would spit you off at the fiorst turn or stop sign.
I've been doing it for 20 yrs and I still manage to pass the odd squid in the corners. What makes you an expert?? :evilgrin
 

· D.I.L.L.I.G.A.F.
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Just my opinion.
I believe ya. Just being a smart ass. :surrender The guy has a loaner and just wanted a heads up on tire pressures for it. I use the 2 lb under as a base, then go from there when I ride a unfamiliar bike with no info available. I know if I had a GS loaner I would be heading up to Pemberton and taking the dirt loop over to Harrison for sure. :rockon
 
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