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You can try to lower the pressure further, but 2.8bar (40PSI) is already quite low for a 38mm trekking tire. Expect snakebites (pinch flats), increased rolling resistance and cracked sidewalls. There …
answered Jun 16 '16 by Michael
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I’ve had this issue with reflective sidewall stripes as well. They are less flexible and tend to crack the sidewall at the edges of the stripe. As others have said, cracks usually only affects the rub …
answered Jul 27 '18 by Michael
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How wide are the tires compared to the rim? Wide tires at high pressure put stress on the rim’s sidewalls which can result in sudden, catastrophic failure. If the tires are relatively narrow it’s prob …
answered Jan 28 by Michael