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Old 01 Feb 2013, 06:01 pm
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Default Proper tire inflation for Honda del Sol?

1994 Honda del Sol VTEC. Tire size 205/40RZ17. I know what the doorjamb says, but I don't think it applies to aftermarket sizes. The tires themselves say max 50PSI, but when I got the oil changed, they inflated them all to 35PSI. Doesn't seem right...
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Old 01 Feb 2013, 06:20 pm
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42 psi is what you need to use to compensate for the lower load carrying capacity of that tire size compared to what it was designed for.
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