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Re: What tire pressure are you running?

20" requires 36 psi.
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Re: What tire pressure are you running?

In my '65 Galaxie I run 44 in front, 42 in back. Any less and the tires look flat.
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Re: What tire pressure are you running?

I run the recommended 33 psi in my 18's, although I don't really chase after it if it is a hot day or whatever. I do lower it to 20-25 for use on bumpy trails though, it makes a huge difference - especially in the higher Quadra-Lift settings.
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Re: What tire pressure are you running?

36 on my tire gage, 38 acccording to EVIC. Factory 20" setup.
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Re: What tire pressure are you running?

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In my '65 Galaxie I run 44 in front, 42 in back. Any less and the tires look flat.
Picture please.
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Re: What tire pressure are you running?

38 psi all around for Wrangler Silent Armors 245/70 on the factory 17" rims
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