John Foss writes:
>With any but the most low-budget tire, you should be able to pump it to at
>least 90 psi without a problem, AS LONG AS THE TIRE IS PROPERLY SEATED.
This may be stretching the capability of tires rated at around 50 psi or lower.
Also, it may be a idea to use a new inner tube, if one plans to use high
pressure such as 90 psi. (I decided to replace the 10 year old tire on my 24"
racing Miyata. On the morning the UNICON VII marathon was held, I found that the
valve stem had exploded! I had to borrow a unicycle to race, because of the
mistake of using a 10 year old inner tube! Please don’t make the same mistake.)
Stay on Top,
Ken Fuchs <firstname.lastname@example.org