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Perferred Tire Pressure

Just recently pulled the trigger on some 265/65/18 Goodyear Wrangler Duratracs. Currently running them all at 37psi. Any of you have the same tires and what are you running them at?
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Re: Perferred Tire Pressure

I have the same exact tire. Use the OEM recommendations on the sticker on the driver's door or door jam, regardless of what is on the tire sidewall. The tire manufacturers I've checked on their websites say the same.
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Re: Perferred Tire Pressure

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Just recently pulled the trigger on some 265/65/18 Goodyear Wrangler Duratracs. Currently running them all at 37psi. Any of you have the same tires and what are you running them at?

Hi,
I see you have increased the tyre size from 265/60/18 to 265/65/18
have you noticed any increase in fuel by changing to a larger diameter tyre ?
Does your GC hunt in and out of 8th gear easier with this tyre ?

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