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Old 05-01-2010, 01:52 PM
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got my new 35's, How much pressure?

I used to run about 80 psi in my stock goodyear 20" tires, My truck reccomends 75 PSI . The new tires I got are toyo open country's and it says max is 50 psi on the tire. I feel like my tires need more air. seems a little soft. What PSI should I be running?
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Old 05-01-2010, 02:25 PM
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im only running like 55 psi in my pro comps so i dont think thats to low of pressure
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If the tires say 50 max dont run over 50! Are they load range D or E? Most E's are 80psi.
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these are load range D tires
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On my D range 35's I think I ran 42 psi front and 40 in the rear.
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run what the tire says!
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Run what the tire says
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run what the tire says!
damn ya beat me to it lol
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