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Old 10-12-18, 05:44 AM
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Originally Posted by CycleryNorth81 View Post
I would think accurate tire pressure is important. IF the recommended tire pressure from the manufacturer is 100 psi and your pump is consistently low, you are not riding the tire like the manufacturer intended. Wouldn't the lower tire pressure effect the handling and the ride? Comments?
I prefer a reasonable accuracy in my gauges, because I don't want to worry that my psi w/one pump needs to be different than with another pump. And can you imagine a tire pressure discussion amongst cyclists if my 100 psi were your 120p psi were someone else's 80 psi?
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