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Old 10-23-2010, 06:04 PM   eBay Motors  #1 (permalink)
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Bf Goodrich tire pressure setting

Hello can you tell me what the best PSI for a LT265/75R16 All Terrain tire with a load range of E it is mounted on a 03 2500HD 4*4 d-max Crew cab sb. They are at 60 PSI right now.


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what it says in the door jamb. I run 50 all around myself.
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Read the side of the tire it tells you max pressure. I would leave them at 60 to keep the ride softer. If you hook up to tow then go to the recomended. I leave mine around 50-55 psi running around town but if I tow or go on a road trip I inflate them to the recomended pressure
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you cant use the door jamb for your tire pressure after you replace them with something aftermarket. no longer applies. look at your tire sidewall and see what it tells ya. I run 52lbs or so in my bfg AT tires, didnt want to run em at full pressure unless haulin as I was starting to wear out the middle of the tire. No less than 50 though with the bfg I would think. I am right at the edge of setting off my tire monitor system all the time.
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Read the side of the tire it tells you max pressure. I would leave them at 60 to keep the ride softer. If you hook up to tow then go to the recomended. I leave mine around 50-55 psi running around town but if I tow or go on a road trip I inflate them to the recomended pressure
???????? 60 psi for a softer ride?!?!?! Wow! The higher the psi the harder the tire is making the ride harder. My Michelin LTX can be maxed out at 80psi. I do run what the truck says in the door which is 60 all around. Personally I like 55 psi better because I do notice a small difference. But lets be honest.... If you are driving a Duramax you got it for power.... not the ride. So really its all up in the air and for yourself to choose what psi is best for you. But please never overload the psi... your only asking for troubles. :booboo
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Hello can you tell me what the best PSI for a LT265/75R16 All Terrain tire with a load range of E it is mounted on a 03 2500HD 4*4 d-max Crew cab sb. They are at 60 PSI right now.


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And you are totally perfect at what you are at. Even if you were towing a light load.
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I run mine at 50psi. BFG KM2's
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???????? 60 psi for a softer ride?!?!?! Wow! The higher the psi the harder the tire is making the ride harder. My Michelin LTX can be maxed out at 80psi. I do run what the truck says in the door which is 60 all around. Personally I like 55 psi better because I do notice a small difference. But lets be honest.... If you are driving a Duramax you got it for power.... not the ride. So really its all up in the air and for yourself to choose what psi is best for you. But please never overload the psi... your only asking for troubles. :booboo
60psi rides alot softer than the 80 most E rated tires call for.I stay around 50-55 and can still tow 4-5k without issues.
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