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Old 12-16-21, 10:05 PM
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Chandne
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Do your wheels have a maximum PSI recommendation? The recommended PSI you posted, seems reasonable to me. They probably are using hooked-bead rims in their calculations, so I'd go with the max recommended if it is lower than the 80-85 you posted. Otherwise, the tires may blow off the rim. I like the idea of hookless on gravel and MTB but unless the suckers are really wide and using really wide road tubeless tires, I am not sure I want to run 70ish on the road with skinnier rims.
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