Originally Posted by wajell
Let's try and make this simple for me.
1) Your definition of COLD is simple enough. You should never inflate a COLD tire above the MAX PSI molded into the tire. Of course as you run the tire the psi WILL exceed the COLD MAX PSI molded into the tire. Correct
2) Inflating a COLD tire to the MAX PSI molded into the tire will result in it being able to carry its maximum rated load. Even if your weight is less than the maximum rated load, this will not damage the tire. Correct
And to all the "cheap tire trolls", why don't you stuff a sock in it so the rest of us can have an intelligent discussion?
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above. Hope this is sufficient for you
Now if you or others want more background and detail you can continue
As this is a MH thread and not a TT thread we can sometimes inflate our tires to a pressure that is lower than the sidewall max which may give slightly softer ride but to do so will require a little effort to do correctly as the correct pressure is load dependent.
I have two posts on how you can set the C
I cover in detail what is meant my CIP
with more details on the effect of temperature.
This info applies to both good and "crappy" tires