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Old 05-19-2012, 06:19 PM   #15
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6 Sumos on our rig for a while now and we are very happy with them.

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Old 05-20-2012, 06:42 PM   #16
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Daytona in Feb? Bike Week?
The 500.

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I think i read somewhere that the samsons come from china, but have also heard they do well on medium haul trucks.
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Old 05-21-2012, 09:19 AM   #18
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I love tire stores. I would think they'd at least put around the same air in the tires. I asked one of the guys how much air they put in, "about 100".

"about" was used rather loosely...

We took the rig out for a run to the boat harbor to put a few miles on because the tire store wants to check the lug nuts after 100 miles or so.

We were pleased

We spent the weekend there, and Sunday I got to test my home-made pressure gauge, which is a very accurate 160 psi air pressure gauge that I screwed to a female air chuck. I attach it to my $4 Harbor Freight combo pressure gauge/air chuck, and use it "in reverse". (it works great btw)...

I found 3 rears with about 105, one with 115, right front was 105, left front was just under 120...


I don't know my weights yet, so I aired down all 6 tires to 98 psi on my gauge. Might still be high, but I'd rather be high than low.

Even tho the first ride out was good, the ride home was noticeably better, and quieter, less squeaky's... I wouldn't doubt mostly from getting the front tire pressure down and equal!

Just gets better!

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