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Old 02-24-08, 03:37 PM   #1
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the pressure's on

yet another tyre question,schwalbe marathon plus 26/1.35 is there a sweet spot for these tyres im talking pressure thank's .
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I can't give you any numbers, but I'd say it will fluctuate depending on how much load you're putting on them. Course, terrain might call for some adjustments as well. I don't think tire pressure is an exact science. Try different ones for different situations, and I'm sure you'll get a feel for what you and your tires like.

Sheldon has a starter on tire pressure here.
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