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Re: Tire pressure

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01-05-2013 13:04:22

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Stan. Are you saying the pressure changed by 8-10lbs. with out even driving it? Went down first and then back up? Only thing changed was the time of day? You gotta get a new tire gauge. That's where your problem is.

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01-05-2013 13:14:06

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 Re: Tire pressure in reply to flying belgian, 01-05-2013 13:04:22  
The tire guage is top of the line, no china crap. Tire was very cold in the morning, and hot in the afternoon. I will check again in the morning, as I know the exact pressure now. Stan

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01-06-2013 09:21:45

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 Re: Tire pressure in reply to 37Chief, 01-05-2013 13:14:06  
We've got 4 new NAPA tire gauges in the last year. Two of them were junk. One wouldn't read anything under 90 PSI. The other would read 30 PSI at 40, and by the time the tire hit 80, it was reading about 54.

The other two new gauges read within 2 PSI of every other gauge on the place at 80 PSI.

Because it's new and high-dollar doesn't guarantee accuracy.

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01-05-2013 13:34:10

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 Re: Tire pressure in reply to 37Chief, 01-05-2013 13:14:06  
Also as the air in the tire heats up, the pressure will go up. You have to anticipate the heat build-up as you drive down the road. That's why the tire's rated pressure is "cold". If you have too much pressure it the tire when cold, it will probably build up too much pressure as it heats up while going down the road and blow out.

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01-05-2013 13:30:19

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 Re: Tire pressure in reply to 37Chief, 01-05-2013 13:14:06  
Also will change like that as Low Pressure weather areas pass your area and high pressure builds back in. What you see on your tire gauge is a pressure differential between the air in your tire and the outside air pressure.

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