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post #2 of (permalink) Old 05-16-2012, 04:06 PM
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For tires I use the Roadgear digital gauge. 90 degree offset makes it alot quicker to get a reading.

For the shocks. I used a small electric pump, like the "Slime" one, that had a built in gauge. I found that I lost 5 lbs just pullmg the pump off the shock, so.....I just filled them with five pounds more or air.

A good move is to replace the stock air stems with quality angled units.... Making filling the tires or checking pressure alot easier.

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