how hot does it get in Dallas?boogetyboogety said:
...boogetyboogety said:Man, we looooove San Diego. The whole SoCal area is a national treasure. One of our most memorable drives through your part of the world took us from San Diego, up the coast, to the Callaway vineyards in Temecula, for a fabulous weekend.
There is no way in God's green acre that your temp in SoCal matches up to our TX "London Broil" setting during summertime :shock: . But I've driven in blazing temperatures all over AZ, NV, NM, TX, and even overseas in Spain, Italy, and even Northern Africa in another life, and I've always bumped up my tire pressures. I'm not saying anyone else should do it, just sharing my life experiences for your (a) review, (b) kindest consideration, and (3) amusement.
but but.... what about my miles per gallon!Rick said:"My only concern with running really inflated is the hot-hot-hot roads here in San Diego in the summer (you can't stand barefoot in the street for more than 2 seconds!)"
Ran 45psi in mine all last summer in Phoenix with no problems, got a friend running his at 50. I would really recommend you bump em up because it lightens the load on the engine and ima which makes it better when you have your air conditioning going durring the summer. And don't skimp on the air either, if your hot so are the batteries which is not a good thing. (btw, on the highway ac on econ 80 degrees with the fan on full blast works pretty well and doesn't totally kill your mileage).