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Bought my Pilot when it was warm and carefully set the air pressure to 36# in all tires.

It's now 59 degrees here and when I checked the pressure this morning it read 30# in all tires - probably the difference is 90 degrees outside temp vs 59 degrees.

Just thought I'd remind everyone that it's time your fall/winter tire maintenance.

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36??? Holy cow, dude!!! You must like a rough ride!!!
 

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MG Pilot said:
36??? Holy cow, dude!!! You must like a rough ride!!!
Not really - Tires have a 32 psi minimum and a 44 psi max rating - I chose 36 to stay in the middle - have a good ride - and get good gas mileage.

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MG Pilot said:
36??? Holy cow, dude!!! You must like a rough ride!!!
I run my Michelins with 35-36 and the ride is fine.
 

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jay said:
I run my Michelins with 35-36 and the ride is fine.
I concur. 35# on Michelin has better ride than OEM Dueller at same psi.

Before the Michelin swaps, I had set the Dueller at 32# and noticed uneven wear at the edges after 4500 miles.
 
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