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    Von
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    Default Air pressure in loaded tires?

    Went to check the air pressure in my new to me B2710 and discovered that the rear turf tires are loaded! Should I still keep the same air pressure in them as stated in the owners manual for non loaded tires? The manual does not state anything for loaded tire pressure.

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    Default Re: Air pressure in loaded tires?

    I have loaded Ags. My dealer told me to keep the pressure the same as unloaded.

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    Default Re: Air pressure in loaded tires?

    Von, they should only be loaded to the 75% level, so remember to check air pressure with the valve stem at the top (I always give them a quick brief shot of air first) to keep from getting the fluid in your gauge and ruining it. I don't know what they're loaded with; I have water and anti-freeze and use a gauge made for both liquid and air. I'm running 12 psi in my rear tires (R1).

    Bird

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