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Old 08-25-2012, 07:02 PM   #172
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Joined: Mar 2004
Location: Near cowtown, CA
Oddometer: 280
If you didn't hear a big -pop- when your shoulder hit the ground (collarbone), you probably have a mild separation (and it is most comfortable resting on the grip).

When you have a GS loaded on the seat and top box like yours, I'm not sure that tire pressures will make that much difference, don't lull yourself into a false sense of security. When that much weight up that high starts to oscillate in sand or gravel, you're going to have trouble saving it. I sure wouldn't want the hassle of screwing with tire pressures all the time, and I wouldn't haul around a big ol' compressor just so I could fool with them.

As many of us tried to tell the Corporate Runaways when they were hauling tires and all kinds of unnecessary crap, LESS IS MORE.
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