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Join Date: Aug 2011
Re: Tire Fluid Capacity
Add air till you get the pressure you want. The fluid will settle in the valve stem so shooting some air in helps clear the stem. Rimgaurd can be sticky on the gauge/filler so I clean them up when done.
My front tires for the 332 gained 20 lb per tire. It was more of an experiement.
Another thing to consider is rim size doesn't mean you will all get the same fluid. I have two 332's with the same size rear rims but different tires. My Goodyear ag tires have 70 lbs in each tire and the 23 degree firestons which aren't as tall-have 50 lbs per tire.
first year 332 with H3 added X 2, JD 3 pt, JD factory delux seat with flip pan. 430 rear diff. 430 fender deck(have two that are mirror copies of themselves).
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