For anyone running the Avon tires on your Goldwing, I found a pdf that shows tire type, tire sizes and tire pressures and the bike they are fitted to.
After reviewing doc I changed my 86 Aspy to 36 front and 40 rear. Was around 32 front and rear, this pressure was from the dealer when I got new tires installed. Well, I couln't believe the difference it made, bike handles way better, turns easily, a huge improvement overall.
There is just about every motorbike manufacturer listed.
I'm sure there is an equivalent document for other brands of tires as well.
Information and questions on GL1200 Goldwings (1984-1987)
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A low tire is not only dangerous, but can lead to cupping, premature wear, etc. IMO a rider should check their bike's tire pressure before every ride and every month or so check the face of the tires and sidewalls for foreign objects and integrity. FWIW
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