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If you don't have the stock size,make, and model tires on the truck the door sticker isn't going to be accurate.
The proper way to check for proper inflation uses chalk and a lot of effort. Make a nice chalk line across the tread of the tire then drive around. Get out and check the line for even wear. Adjust pressure and retest as necessary.
For best MPG inflate to max PSI. Makes the ride rough though.
Jon, Not that I don't believe you but I can't grasp that a softer more compliant tire would cause vibration. Unless badly balanced the softer sidewalls should work like shocks and absorb bumps.
2003 F-350 CC LB 6.0L Auto
Edge Juice w/Attitude, 4" MBRP TB w/no Cat, High Idle, 315/70R17 Dunlop Maxx Traction's on Eagle Alloys.
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