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post #1 of 3 Old 06-24-2012, 10:50 AM Thread Starter
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Tire PSI question

Do you use door jamb sticker or tire ? Tires say 80 psi max and door jamb says 55 psi fronts and 80psi rear. Front seems it should have more carrying that diesel
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I have always went by the door and than added a few pounds. Tire rating is max for that tire in general regardless of vehicle it's on.

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Like stated, tire is max. Door is for oem ratings. Stock stock stock.
Run em up to operating temp, mark a chalk or paint line across em, drive a few revs or until the line wears.
Wearing in middle is too much air.
Wearing in sides is too little.

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