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Old 09-20-1999, 03:23 AM   #1
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Post Tire pressures.

I've got a set of 2.5 GT wheels with Pirelli P6000 Sport Veloce's(215-60-16) on my OB Ltd. I was looking for reccomedations on tire pressures. I've been experimenting but I haven't found the right combo. So far the best is ~38 front ~33 rear but it plows a little. Should I increase rear pressure? Decrease front? any opinions or experiences would be appreciated.
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Old 09-20-1999, 04:16 AM   #2
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I run a very different size tire than you do (P7000 Pirelli, 215/45/17) on my 99 2.5GT, but for information sake I run about 36front and 34 rear. Since I haven't had a lot of problems with these numbers I have not experimented a lot. But, with 45 series tires I don't get any plowing

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Old 09-21-1999, 01:02 PM   #3

I run 37 psi on all four corners of my GT wagon, mostly to compensate for the ridiculous stock Bridgestones. It seems to be the most neutral for the wagon, I have noticed.

And to the other Kevin, how easy was it to find a plus one configuration for the Legacy GT? I'm thinking plus one for the dry, snows on the stock rims, but it's a pain in the butt to find nice tires for a plus one.

Kevin (Williams, that is)
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