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donald56

tire pressure

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I run 14 in front and 13 in the back on intermediate with hard pack jumps. If its muddy or sandy I drop them to 13 front and 12 rear. If you are jumping over 50 ft. I would run 15 front and 13 rear. :banghead:

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Ride what feels good. I run 11 pounds and medium duty tubes. Only time I add more air is when I run Baja. Then I run Heavy duty and 15 lbs. I'm sensitive to tire pressure though. Especially when I know if is different :banghead:

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Im going to hollister tomarrow that place is a hard pack all year long no rocks so you can run a little lower air psi. and watch out for dumb asses going the wrong way :banghead::banghead:

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Im going to hollister tomarrow that place is a hard pack all year long no rocks so you can run a little lower air psi. and watch out for dumb asses going the wrong way :banghead::banghead:

Go on the vintage track. I used to think it was stupid because it was sooo hardpacked and it didn't have any jumps. But they they hecka changed the dirt. Now it is like 2-6 inches of loam every where. No hardpack anywhere even on straights. And they water it every day. It is the best dirt I have ever ridden on. But besides that track, Hollister pretty much sucks. Because I hate trails

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