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Old 01-31-2011, 07:48 PM   #1
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I own a 1999 F-150 4wd xlt equipped with 26575R16 load range E tires. Anyone advise on tire pressure with no load and up tp 800 lbs cargo. Most of the time I haul very little so would have to inflate for bigger load. What is the minimum and maximum air pressure? As always, any help would be appreciated.
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I had the same size and load range tires on my Suburban, and I ran 85 psi when towing/hauling and 60 psi otherwise. These were Dunlop Radial Rover tires, by the way...a GREAT tire.

So in your situation I'd recommend going with about 60 - 65 psi....you'll be fine.
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I own a 1999 F-150 4wd xlt equipped with 26575R16 load range E tires. Anyone advise on tire pressure with no load and up tp 800 lbs cargo. Most of the time I haul very little so would have to inflate for bigger load. What is the minimum and maximum air pressure? As always, any help would be appreciated.
The max psi is usually listed on the sidewall. A load range E is usually 65 to 85 max when loaded. For everyday use I run 42 to 44 psi and find that gives a good ride.
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i dont know much about E range tires but i have LTs and i run 30-35.

is 40-60 the norm for E ranges?
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