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Optimal duratrac PSi

Just added p265/60/18 duratracs (165.00 after rebate can't be beat for this tire) Max psi is 51 what pressure you guys running for best fuel mileage without doing adverse damage to tread? I'm @ 35psi cold and averaging 21.2 mpg down from 22.8ish on latitudes @ 34psi. Also how low can I go to air down if I wanna go play of the pavement without popping off the bead? Thanks.

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Re: Optimal duratrac PSi

Should be able to air down to at least 15lbs.
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Re: Optimal duratrac PSi

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Just added p265/60/18 duratracs (165.00 after rebate can't be beat for this tire) Max psi is 51 what pressure you guys running for best fuel mileage without doing adverse damage to tread? I'm @ 35psi cold and averaging 21.2 mpg down from 22.8ish on latitudes @ 34psi. Also how low can I go to air down if I wanna go play of the pavement without popping off the bead? Thanks.

I'm curious about this also. I have the BFG A/T KOs 275/65/18s and the tire shop only filled me to 33 psi cold. I'm pretty sure this might be on the low end. What should I be at? I was thinking atleast 36psi cold or is that too high?
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Re: Optimal duratrac PSi

Bolimitzr1 can you upload pics of your tires? I assume you have stock suspension and want to get a feel for how it looks. Correct me if a wrong about your ride.


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