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@edsnova posted:

Sorry Dave. Unforgivable oversight for sure.

Absolutely no sweat, Ed. I was just joking. Couldn't travel with the Roadster last year so I've concentrated on other projects and nicely enough my business seems impervious to the Covid swamp so I expanded that a fair bit.  I'm too stunned to attach good links but if you got on Utube and searched Headwind first flight and Headwind with Verner flying on skis you'd see some stuff. I've just about bought a Raidtrac 618 late in this winter season to bomb around the airport and Rideau River a bit. We're healthy and more than a bit bored.

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OK, so we can agree that some of us put on enough miles to have to worry about wearing out a set of tires. (I even went through a set myself of really crappy Dunlops after 30K miles.)

And lot's of good stuff here on how to set your tire pressures so they’re right for your tires, your car, and the way you drive.

Even pro race crews don't know the answers out of the gate and do pretty intense testing to find the right pressure settings for each session.

But this still begs the original question.

Were the suspensions of the original 356 different enough from our cars to need different tire pressures - or do they ride better so that higher pressures are more bearable?

I know if I set my fronts to what Willhoit recommends, I’m putting my dental work at risk.

Anyone have enough seat time in a 356 to know?

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