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Old 12-23-2007, 02:21 PM
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Installed 35x12.50 Procomps

got it done yesterday. 35x12.50R20 load range E. Xtreme AT's. so far... I've noticed they are VERY Quiet. I can't tell the difference between them and my OEM tires; only been up to 60mph so far. They are small though... they measure 33.5" if you measure them on the truck. 4wheel parts installed them with 55psi. I aired them up to 65psi like the door tag calls for. Used some white out, and made a line across the treads. drove around for a while... wow, the edges were not even touched! so I aired them down to 55psi and that was very good for the fronts. the rear still were wearing in the center, so I aired them down to 50psi. That seemed to be the best combo I've tried so far.. 55psi front, 50psi rear. Didn't want to go under 50 w/out posting and asking what you guys are running for air pressure? I'm running the factory 20's.
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Old 12-23-2007, 02:24 PM
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i have had 3 sets of the procomp extreme ATs on my two trucks and i will continue to buy them. they are in my opinion the best tires i have owned so far. and i have an 06 with the 20 inch wheels and i also put the 35s on and they dont rub a bit
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unloaded 50 psi is fine... mine wear MUCH better in that range then at the recommended 65...
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Old 12-23-2007, 02:26 PM
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just remember to air them up if you tow...
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Old 12-23-2007, 02:52 PM
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do you have any pics i am looking for the same combo?
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Old 12-23-2007, 02:54 PM
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how do i make a post or "thread"? a lil help please anyone
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Pics are coming tomorrow. I had to wash my truck this afternoon, was filthy. Yeah, if I tow I'll air them up. On the rear it could almost be deflated another 5psi.. making it 45. How does F-50psi/R-45psi sound? is that to low? I'm debating trying it just to see the wear pattern compare to the 55/50 I'm at currently.


One other note. I left my mud flaps on the front, they don't rub! Kind of sad, but I don't even need the 4" lift to run these. They don't rub the radius arms at all, 1-2" clear. And they don't even come remotely close to the front bumper valance. I'm guessing it's b/c the tires only measure 33.5", and i'm on the factory wheels..

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on my truck I had to run the front i had to run 65 psi so I could keep the truck on the road it road like crap with 50 in them, and i also have 65 in the rear tires. I have yet to take some paint and go over the tire tread, hopefully i will get to it soon.
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I drove around all yesterday with 55psi in F&R and it drove great.
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man when i had my tires installed they had 50 psi in them the truck was all over the road at like 50 mph, I could not believe it, it was really scary thats when i played with the presure.
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