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can any one tell me how read the air

pressure gauge on the dash and whats the

right air psi on a 1986 aspencade
 

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the air pressure guage in the dash is not for the tires. It measures the pressure in the rear shocks. It's been a while and so I forget what it should be. But the air shocks in the rear can be adjusted for a softer or firmer ride, and also for heavier and lighter loads.

Some one will correct me if I am remembering wrong.

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the air pressure gauge from tricky is for the front and rear suspension, minimum for the front is 0 - 6 psi and the rear, is 29 - 38 psi. it may take a few rides to sort out which is best for you.

Recommended tire pressures, are best got from the manufacturers web site.

good luck,
 
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