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Old 06-16-2017, 10:31 PM
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A buddy of mine told me to run 45 psi front and 50 in the back on my 2015 cvo street glide what do you guys think?

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Uhhhh, no?
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Run what your manual says. The PSI on the sidewall is the MAX you can run.
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No on the pressure and if you still have your manual, check that to see what it says.
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My bike has the tire pressure ratings/specs on the front frame down tube.
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I Think you should kick your buddy in the *****.
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A buddy of mine told my to run 45 psi front and 50 in the back on my 2015 cvo street glide what do you guys think?
does your buddy ride? Lol. Hell no!

go with the manual like others have said. If you are an agressive rider, go down a few psi lower.
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I'm curious as to where or how your buddy came up with those numbers?
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I actually run less air than what the manual says to get more rubber on the road. And I read it on here in the Soft Tail Section. It makes sense to me.
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A buddy of mine told my to run 45 psi front and 50 in the back on my 2015 cvo street glide what do you guys think?
I think you should follow the sticker on the bike that states the air pressure.
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