Originally Posted by Darel
Looks like I will need to do the same to mine. I have one (PS) that loses air. What amount of PSI should be in the tires? Is it different steer to rear?
On our 310 I run 75 psi in front and 65 psi in the rear. You will likely need to experiment with pressures until you find what handles and feels the best. The more modern tires can tolerate a lot higher pressures. However just because the tire says max inflation of 95 psi or 105 psi doesn't mean that's where they ride best.
The Chevy P30 manual lists a wide range of tire pressures and the weight they can support at that pressure. That's how I determined what pressures to use for our 310.
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