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Old 06-08-2008, 10:53 PM
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What should I set my tire pressure to when I am at the track. I couldn't get off the line without spinning. I tried leaving at differen't rpms and had no luck. I ran 13.8 at 99.9 mph but think i could have had a mid 13 if I could have got off the line
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Grensha, I was at the track last month with my MT drag radials, I started with 26lbs, but ended up dropping it to 25, it was hooking good.
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I got a 2007 Trail Blazer. I just put 20 in rims on it. I heard that there is a Tire Pressure Sensor on the car. I had the rims for about 4-5 weeks. My tire pressure light is on in my dash. I heard yesterday that when they put my new rims on they did not take the sensor off my old tires. When I look at my old tires I dont see them can any one tell me where I can find the sensor? Thank You to any one that can help.
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I got a 2007 Trail Blazer. I just put 20 in rims on it. I heard that there is a Tire Pressure Sensor on the car. I had the rims for about 4-5 weeks. My tire pressure light is on in my dash. I heard yesterday that when they put my new rims on they did not take the sensor off my old tires. When I look at my old tires I dont see them can any one tell me where I can find the sensor? Thank You to any one that can help.
The sensor is part of the valve stem. You have to unscrew the nut on the valve stem to remove it from the old wheel. Then you can reinstall it on the new wheel.
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