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Originally Posted by RJack View Post
I identify with Charm Peddler's post. I have a 1972 Sports Tourer in good condition and I like that it is all original. I want to use it on my 5 mile commute. I blew a tire on Friday. I think the original rims will not take 90 psi. Should I look to replace the rims or ride on lower pressure?

I've got the exact same bike. Based upon trial and error, I keep my tires at 60 PSI. I've read several threads on here of people suggesting similar. Anything over that I've always had issues with the tubes slipping and blowing out because of those dang hookless rims.
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