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Your TPMS will alarm at anything below 62 psi unless you reset the system with ForScan

The tpms system was designed around tires that are rated at 80 psi The alarm goes off at 75% of the max tire pressure or 62 psi.

So unless you go in and change the TPMS settins you will always have the dash warning message when you are inflated less than 62 psi
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Your TPMS will alarm at anything below 62 psi unless you reset the system with ForScan

The tpms system was designed around tires that are rated at 80 psi The alarm goes off at 75% of the max tire pressure or 62 psi.

So unless you go in and change the TPMS settins you will always have the dash warning message when you are inflated less than 62 psi
they tires have been under 62 for a couple months now. I just let more out last week but hadn’t drove on freeway until today

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My tpms light doesnít come on and mine are at 55psi on all 4. May be possible that the tire center reset it where I got them put on.


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Got my ridge grapplers on today. Man I love these tires!



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Truck looks great!
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How is the ride quality with the ridge grapplers. I am fixing to got that route but some have said they are a harder rubber and ride a little stiffer
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How is the ride quality with the ridge grapplers. I am fixing to got that route but some have said they are a harder rubber and ride a little stiffer


I can compare them to the Toyo MT, and nitto terra grapplers as Iíve had both of those tires. The ridge grapplers ride smoother and much much quieter than the toyo. Itís very comparable to the trail grappler ride except the ridge grappler is a little more aggressive look. Itís a great tire IMO

The ride quality is great

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37” E rated ridge graps on sota 20x9 wheels with 45,000 miles on them and I’ll get at least 10k more.

Empty I run 50 psi front and 40-45 psi rear.

Best ride quality and steady handling. I drive 100+ miles a day with lease roads / big ruts / rocks , etc.

Will be running 37x11.50 of the same tires on stock 18s when these wear out
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