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Old 10-11-2012, 09:26 AM   #1
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With cold temps approaching (Pittsburgh) what is the recommended tire pressure when 44 is the max?
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Look at the plate in the drivers door jam...it will tell you
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plate in door will tell u the recommended pressures. dont just run at the max like some people, thats just stupid imo. ill run mine at like 36 usually. if a lot of bad snow and ice driving, ill go 34. or course bigger rims, bigger tires the recommended will be different.
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Hey techrep, is that a level or lift kit you have on your truck? Looks great!
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