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Re: Tire pressure sensors

Honestly didn't notice much of a difference except on rural roads, it is a little rougher than the 18's but I drive mainly interstate and highways, and didn't lose much in ride comfort by going to the 20's. I did put General UHP on the 20's as well and must say love those tires. I kept my 18's for winter tires.

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