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MarkusK
Posted 2/5/2005 11:15 AM (#6198)
Subject: Rar Tire Pressure



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Hi Gang!
I'm running a 97GL1500A/Friendship II with Dunlop 491 Elite II's on the bike. The max rated rear tire pressure is 41 lbs. I am currently running 44 lbs to get the rear-end up a bit, but that's just barely below 10% over pressure. I know that manufacturer's include safety margins, but I can't get myself to go more than that. Any other ideas on how to reduce the "fat track" of these?
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Hack'n
Posted 2/5/2005 2:54 PM (#6201 - in reply to #6198)
Subject: RE: Rar Tire Pressure



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"Reduce the Fat Track"?
Are you looking for a narrower footprint or more heigth? Go to the shocks for ride heigth. Go to a different profile tire for the narrower footprint and a small ride heigth adjustment. I wouldn't go over 5psi cold over the recommended inflation.
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