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post #1 of 4 Old 05-09-2011, 06:52 PM Thread Starter
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37x13.50x20 toyo open country m/t

I been asking around all the shops to find out whats the right tire pressure to run them at. I finally heard from a toyo rep to run them at max 65. Anyone else had the same recommendations?
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I was told the same thing and thats where I run mine.

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I heard that if you run them low, you have a chance of the side wall cracking. it makes sense to run them max, i get better mileage aswell. The lift shops recommend running them between 40-50, but they arent tire people and i think that is old advice.
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Chalk the face of the tire tread and drive them 100'+- strait..adjust pressure to remove the chalk to the edge of the tire..thats the correct pressure if your rim width is correct for the tire
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