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Check the sidewall. Every tire has its speed rating, load capacity, and max pressure embossed somewhere on its sidewall You don't have to be running the max, but if you're primarily running on-road, you'll probable be happiest with around 30 psi front and 28 rear. Different strokes for different folks but generally speaking, somewhere in the high end of a tires range, with 2psi more in the front than the rear, will give you improved fuel economy and crisp, accurate on-road handling.
 
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