Originally Posted by Cowboy2
I'll run 40 psi for a while (on pave) and see what happens. I run 45 psi on the rear and I get 6000 miles between changes - when I was running 25 in the rear I only got 1500 miles out of a rear tire... air pressure makes a huge difference. Of course riding on dirt/gravel requires an air pressure adjustment - we all know that.
I've pulled 5-7,000 out of a rear TKC running 42 PSI in it. With that same rear I ran 38 PSI in the front TKC... it had lots of tread left even at 6,000 miles. Weird cupping going on though.