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Old 05-12-2003, 04:47 PM   #1
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Question Tire pressure & Diffs

So I usually run my F/R tire pressures pretty close, something like 36psi front, 34-35psi rear (street). In another thread, someone posted that you're supposed to have a ~3psi difference F/R to keep the center differential happy. I'd never heard this before... is it true? Am I helping to kill my center diff with my setup? I thought I was cool as long as my tires all had the same diameter.
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I dont think that the pressure will effect the diff. Even though the pressure may be different the tire is still the same diameter.
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