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Old 12-12-2013, 11:42 AM   #1
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Question 1988 mustang 5.0 lx tire pressure

I have a 1988 mustang 5.0 lx but I have different tires on the vehicle. In the back I have fat tires they're 255/60r15 Bf Goodrich radial tires and I have skinnies in the front that are 165/80r15. What should my tires pressure be at for these tires. They have great tread but when I bought the vehicle from the previous owner last month I didn't think to ask.
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Look at the tire and embossed on the tire is the suggested PSI for ever tire.
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I have a 1988 mustang 5.0 lx but I have different tires on the vehicle. In the back I have fat tires they're 255/60r15 Bf Goodrich radial tires and I have skinnies in the front that are 165/80r15. What should my tires pressure be at for these tires. They have great tread but when I bought the vehicle from the previous owner last month I didn't think to ask.
Well iv always run 32 psi on my
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Look at the tire and embossed on the tire is the suggested PSI for ever tire.
Well I used to work as a tire technician although I know there's a max you can fill the tire but the tire won't tell you the recommended psi itself. I just haven't ever filled tires like these before.

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Well iv always run 32 psi on my
On both the front and rear? The front are skinnies so they're like 10inches wide lol I don't want those things to pop haha
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