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Old 11-19-2015, 01:49 PM   #1
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255/35/20 tire

What do you keep the tire pressure at for every day driving? Same as stock?
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I keep it right about 38
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Thanks sterling.
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36 here. Still figuring out what I like. Backed them down from 40 the shop aired them to.


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Old 11-20-2015, 12:47 AM   #5
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Mine came with 50 in them, dropped them to 38, might try 35. When I backed ithe car out of the garage to turn it around and do the other side it was so stiff. Felt way better when I let the air out.
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Does anyone have a pic of their 255/35r20s or 255/40r20s? I'm trying to decide what to throw on the fronts that will compliment the 275/40r20s on the back.


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Hope this helps. I'll get a closer shot of the tire from the side if you need it.
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It does, they look good and the wheels do too. I appreciate it, thanks partner.


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255/45-18's we run 35.
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Id do 32-35psi. Maybe even a little higher if you really want. I wouldn't go much over 40psi if you don't have to. Some valve stems cant handle 40+ psi(unless you have tpms or a high pressure stem)
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