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Old 11-15-2012, 10:30 AM
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Yes cabindoor; with the outside temps dropping fast, expect your tire pressures to show their true cold tire pressures. It is an extremely good habit of checking your tire pressures first thing in the morning when you haven't driven on them yet because the simple fact is warm air expands in tires. I constantly keep mine close to 36psi cold and have seen it jump up to 41psi in 90+ degree temps.
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