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37/12.50/20 Tires that work w/ TPMS???

Anyone know what company tires in a 37/12.50/20 will be able to hold the proper psi for the TPMS light not to be on? I know my factory tires are supposed to be at 65 psi cold.

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If you can go with 13.5 instead of 12.5, the Toyo MT's will work at 65PSI. There's definitely others out there, so wait for more people to chime in.

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the toyo open country m/t and the Kumho Road Venture M/T KL71 will work... but they are both 13.50

the only 12.50 that may work is the BFG M/T KM2... maybe

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I just installed Pro Comp extreme ATs on my truck
37x 12.50 20 with E load rating on my 08 with TPMS, put 65 psi in them and no problems. i know Pro Comps don't have the best reputation, but they look ok, are really quiet, and of course the only tire in that size and load rating so the choice was easy. I hope this helps.
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you have any pics of your truck with these tires on it?

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I haven't taken any pictures yet, but I will. i should get them up tomorrow night.
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Here they are.
They do rub on the control arms at full lock. I also trimmed the inner fender liner on the inside lower corners.
Hope this helps.

first time posting photos so please be patient.
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