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    x700 tire pressure

    Please don't make me feel dumb about this, as I feel dumb enough already, but I looked at the manual for my 758 and saw that the HDAP rear tire pressure was listed as 6-10 PSI. The dealer delivered it at 20 and I aired it down to 15 for more comfort. This was the same on my original one too. For some odd reason I never looked in the specifications section of the manual before.

    Well I just aired the rears down to 7 PSI and man, what a difference! It's soooo much more comfortable now. It's like a boat! Now I feel stupid for not looking there earlier.

    What tire pressure do you guys run in your X700s?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mike01 View Post
    Please don't make me feel dumb about this, as I feel dumb enough already, but I looked at the manual for my 758 and saw that the HDAP rear tire pressure was listed as 6-10 PSI. The dealer delivered it at 20 and I aired it down to 15 for more comfort. This was the same on my original one too. For some odd reason I never looked in the specifications section of the manual before.

    Well I just aired the rears down to 7 PSI and man, what a difference! It's soooo much more comfortable now. It's like a boat! Now I feel stupid for not looking there earlier.

    What tire pressure do you guys run in your X700s?
    I think mine have 10 PSI. Maybe I’ll drop them a few pounds based on your recommendation. I get a little bounce from time to time at higher speeds...
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    I run 10 psi in the rear and 22 psi in front
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    Make sure you check the deck level after making air pressure adjustments. A couple pounds here and there are not an issue but going from 20 to 8 psi may through it of a bit.

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    When I had mine delivered the tires were like bricks. I believe my rears are set to 8psi. I believe my fronts are around 12psi.
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    Quote Originally Posted by arlen View Post
    I run 10 psi in the rear and 22 psi in front
    Same here 10 back front 22,but I have a loader so 18 in the book is good for non loaders.
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    My dealer delivered my tires at 30+psi.

    When I lowered them down to what the manual recommends I was soo much happier sitting in the seat.
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    It seems all these tractors are delivered with the air pressures really high for some reason.

    I never paid attention with my 2520 either but I was not mowing with it at first. A few years later I bought a deck for it and started mowing. It was killing me it rode so rough.

    Then I took notice .- it had 30# in the rears. I reduced it to 10# and what a difference in ride! I thought with the R4’s they would be so stiff that I wouldn’t feel a difference but it certainly did.

    Same exact thing happened when my 757 zero turn was new.
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    I think they are delivered with high pressure in the tires because of shipping issues, and the dealership has to air them down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mike01 View Post
    I think they are delivered with high pressure in the tires because of shipping issues, and the dealership has to air them down.
    Or they have to air up to that pressure to set the bead and expect the dealer to lower the pressure for delivery
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