Originally Posted by Nonstop
Tires are designed with proper inflation pressures for contact patch and structural efficiency, exceeding or failing to meet these pressure will alter a tires performance,safety and more.
Regardless if I can overinflate a tire to achieve a desired ride characteristic or if I won't blow them up until 200psi. The braking, handling and safety of the vehicle are significantly altered by improper inflation, not saying door sticker or tires max are right, don't use the tire rated max pressure for daily it's wrong period. The same tires are on many different vehicles so no the same rated pressure might not be perfect for you but over inflating a tire is bad for more than the tire. Think loosing 5 feet of braking distance over a proper inflation press, and significant loss in the wet.
From which orifice doth this drivel come?
Tire pressures are a compromise.
Define "overinflating". Above the door sticker, or above the tire makers recommendation for your vehicle?
Wrong according to whom?
The tire vendor, or someone parroting hearsay?