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Old 05-21-2010, 06:21 AM
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Idea PSI For 35x12.5X20 nitto MT ??

i just purchased a set of Nitto trail grappler M/T from you guys ( VERY HAPPY)
and i was wondering the perfect PSI on mounted tires??.. i am running on 20x10 rims on a 2000 F250

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Old 05-24-2010, 10:32 AM
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Excellent, Thank you for your support.

I have a tire pressure chart I can look this up for you. What was your stock tire size and what does your door jam say for pressure recommendations?
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What ever the tire says is what I run because it is made for maximum life and load.
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Do you tow with your truck? I stagger my tires 50 in the front and 55 in the rear for towing
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With the nitto trail grapplers I run max PSI which is 65psi because they seem to wonder a little if I don't, but I am on 8inch wide stock wheels and that could be a little bit of my problem.
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