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Wheel lugs/ Pressure to exert
>Anyway, to the question. If you are wearing a size 10 Nike, then
>you are exactly 25% bigger than I and should therefore use 25% fewer
>toes. That would be 6. Now keep in mind that the distribution of
>toes is not exactly even (some toes are bigger than others) but,
>roughly, you can lean on the power bar until your first toe of the
>second foot gently lifts from the ground.
>Just to correlate data, since you wear a size 10, then I would
>guess your weight at about 175. If that is close, then the
>theoretical approach would seem to be quite accurate, and the
>preceding procedure should proceed without any procedural hickups.
I take it you are assuming your shoes to be size 8, as 10 is 8+25%.
But you are forgetting that the shoe scale is non-linear, so infact
the increase is probably more like 5%. and taking the weight into
account the exact pressure you should exert is:
all of your weight until you feel its good and tight.....
still talking about the wheel lugs obviously!