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Old 07-03-2013, 12:56 PM   #1
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I just installed some new LT275/70R18 toyo open country at2 tires and I'm just curious what psi some of you are running out there. I'm sure it's been covered before but didn't seem to find anything specific.

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I just installed some new LT275/70R18 toyo open country at2 tires and I'm just curious what psi some of you are running out there. I'm sure it's been covered before but didn't seem to find anything specific.

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I'm running 10 ply Duratracs at 50 psi.
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I just installed some new LT275/70R18 toyo open country at2 tires and I'm just curious what psi some of you are running out there. I'm sure it's been covered before but didn't seem to find anything specific.

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Can you post a picture of this setup, I'm interested in getting these tires as well.
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Old 07-03-2013, 06:49 PM   #4
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I have that exact tire and I run mine around 45 psi, everything seems to be wearing fine!
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Would like to see also. Do you have level?
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Sorry it took so long guys. Yes I do have a level and im trying to figure out how to upload pictures from my I pad and Im not having any luck so when I do I will get some pics
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With my terra grapplers I'm running them at 35psi or a little under. The sidewall should say the max recommended pressure. We always run ours right at that or a 1-3pounds below
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I'm running the same size tire in bf at's at 52 psi
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I have BF Goodrich Rugged Terrains LT275/70/R18. I e-mailed the company to inquire as to what pressure I should run. I gave them the the details of my truck (4x4 Screw) and they suggested 50 psi. The service manager at the dealership argued for putting them at recommended stock setting. I had to point out that these were LT as opposed to P rated and the manufacturer recommends 50 psi. I have to remind them every time I go in for servicing.
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Check out this page, specifically the chalk test portion.

http://www.4wheelparts.com/tire-whee...e-checker.aspx
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