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Posted 7/10/2024 17:18 (#10805731 - in reply to #10805703)
Subject: RE: Truck tire air pressures

I can see the air pressures in my pickup tires on the dash, they run right with my gauge. At 65 degrees the other day the rears showed 75 lbs., at 90 degrees today they showed 82 lbs. Run down the road on a hot day with a loaded trailer behind it and they might go to 90 or 92 lbs. It's actually the moisture in the air that causes it to change, that's the idea behind using nitrogen in them, it has no moisture in it. If you could inflate them with completely dry air, it would not change as much.

Edited by illinidirtfarmer 7/10/2024 17:19
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