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Old 10-03-2019, 06:29 AM   #11
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A somewhat related note: always check your tire PSI after having your van tires rotated. Id say easily 50% of the time they dont adjust the pressures when moving front to rear and vice versus, resulting in front tires with 70-80psi and rears with 50-60psi. This has happened at multiple places, even after I specifically mention it when dropping the van off. Grrrr.
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