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So, I bought this one used and did not come with a user manual, I found the secret hand shake in AC's site to download a user manual and the download is in french:confused:

can someone give me an idea of what the tire pressure should be front and rear?

thanks!
 

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10 PSI front and rear is what the manual calls for, and it seems to be the standard.
 

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Thanks RD.
 

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So, I bought this one used and did not come with a user manual, I found the secret hand shake in AC's site to download a user manual and the download is in french:confused:

can someone give me an idea of what the tire pressure should be front and rear?

thanks!
That's what works best for me also.:)10psi
 

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type of terrain and ride style makes a difference also .. sand = lower pressure same with snow

plowing snow needs more air in fronts

big rocks .. very low pressure might pop the bead / roll it off the bead

so no real set in stone answer … but the 10 psi is a good starting point .
 

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So, I bought this one used and did not come with a user manual, I found the secret hand shake in AC's site to download a user manual and the download is in french:confused:

can someone give me an idea of what the tire pressure should be front and rear?

thanks!
....my understanding is if you contact Arctic Cat and they will send you an owners/operation manual. Welcome to the forum.:)
 

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They did, and I think they still do. I asked for one when I re-registered my machine and they mailed one to me free of charge!
 

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They did, and I think they still do. I asked for one when I re-registered my machine and they mailed one to me free of charge!
You re-registered with Arctic Cat? I never thought about doing that.
 

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They like to track new owners for any re-call notices. They is a page in the manual that advises you with the address.
 

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Funny how different tires run different pressures.

I have mudlites, itp recommends 7psi and I run mine around 6 on all four.
 

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They like to track new owners for any re-call notices. They is a page in the manual that advises you with the address.
I didn't get a manual with mine either, I'll check their site.
 

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I didn't get a manual with mine either, I'll check their site.
If anyone wants one in french, I can send it to ya.:D

I had mud lites on my golf cart and ran those at about 6 lbs as well.
 

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I'll pass on the French manual but I'll always go for some french fries!
 

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I'll pass on the French manual but I'll always go for some french fries!
Im kinda an onion ring guy. I like things with non-specific origins........:rolleyes::)
 

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Thanks Sockman, I got the service manual. I was looking for the owners manual with some of the basic information.
Gotcha. Most of that stuff should be outlined in the general specs in the service manual, but yeah, general operating info likely wouldn't be found there. Incidentally, my service manual indicates 20 psi. That's the highest I've seen in an off-road machine.
 

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