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post #1 of 9 Old 02-21-2010, 02:48 PM Thread Starter
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PSI in Toyo MT's?

I just got 35x12.5x20 Toyo MT's for my 2008 FX4 ccab shortbox.They r a 10 ply tire, what PSI should i run? My door tag says 65psi in front and rear.
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I was just wondering that myself. I found the following on Toyo's site, but of course they don't list the 35x12.5x20 - use the ones with the closest max at 65, then adjust for load. They tend to wear in the middle if inflated to the max and truck is empty.

http://toyotires.com/sites/default/f...ationtable.pdf

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hey man you do you got a whole side shot of your truck with them rims and tires on there?

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I found these on Toyo's website,

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                                         Approved Rim     Tire     Tread    Overall     Overall    Static          Max Load:   Max Load:   Max. Pressure   Max. Pressure:
                           Product       Width Range      Weight   Depth    Diameter    Width      Loaded Radius   Single      Dual        Single          Dual                      Revs        Tread           Sidewall
Tire Size                  Code          (inch)           (lbs.)   (1/32")  (inch)      (inch)     (inch)          (lbs)       (lbs)       (psi)           (psi)            UTQG     Per Mile    Constuction     Construction
35X12.50R20LT 121Q E/10    360240        8.5-10.0-11.0    80.5     21       35          13         16.3            3195         N/A        65              N/A              N/A      592         3P+2S+2N        3P

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read on the tire. It tells you what its rated for

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Lets see some pics of the truck with those rims.

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These r the best pics i got, i'll get better or ones of the whole truck tomorrow.
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I have these same tires on my f350 so according to the chart provided I should keep the pressure at 65lbs. Truck is stock and I won't be towing that often. Any help/advice would be appreciated
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Hey Guys. Is 60lbs all the way around a good psi for these tires on my f350? Any help would be appreciated. I don't want to underinflate/overinflate these tires.
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