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In Reply to: Re: Ford 9N Tire Pressures posted by mark sr on Tuesday, December 17, 2013:
Yes, I could not find it either. My front tires say do not exceed 35 psi when seating bead, but that is it so I filled them to 35. Rear tires had about 5 psi when I put on some brand new chains and the chains were just hanging off of them. I filled them to 30 psi and the chains are now tight like they should be. I guess I should let a little air out?
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