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Thread: What tire pressure?

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    Re: What tire pressure?

    Quote Originally Posted by iametarq
    Dumb question probably but what is CCR? (besides the band)
    I'm not sure but I think it stands for Computer Controlled Ride, or somthing like that.


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    Re: What tire pressure?

    Quote Originally Posted by Krashed989
    I'm not sure but I think it stands for Computer Controlled Ride, or somthing like that.
    Yep, you got it. (that or computer command ride, never remembered the exact term)

    Later models had a similar system, SSS. Stood for two things, speed sensitive suspension, and speed sensitive steering.

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    Re: What tire pressure?

    Quote Originally Posted by Katshot
    The pressure printed on the tire sidewall is the manufacturers recommended MAXIMUM pressure for that tire. It is by no means the pressure that you should inflate the tires to for normal use. The OEM of the car gives a recommendation for tire pressure. It is usually located on one of the door jambs, the glove box lid, or the owner's manual. This pressure takes into account the weight of the vehicle plus occupants and is specific for the stated tire size. If you change the tires on your car, you're left to your own as for figuring out what to inflate them to. Then it's up to you to play with different inflations until you decide what's right.

    That is almost exactly what I would have said.

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