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Author Topic:   Tire Bleeders?
fairlaniac
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Total posts: 110
posted August 28, 2004 09:19 PM  
We want to try some bleeders to help air pressure and aleviate some serious tire separation problems. We must run DOT 70 series tires. When using bleeders what would you want to use as your bleed off pressure? Do you shoot for the tire manufacturers recommended pressure i.e. 34psi? We normally start out at 18 - RF, 18 - RR, 18 - LR & 24 - LF. We run 200 laps on a full 1/2 mile track. Any particular brand to use? I'm curious of what the folks who use them, think of them.

Thanks,

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Doug
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mod70
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posted August 28, 2004 11:11 PM           send a private message to fairlaniac   Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/QuoteBBBBBB
I like the Lonachre bleeders. I've used them on my mod without problems. Set them for the pressures that you have in your tires when you come off the track with a good run.

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