Re: General Grabber AT2 Tire Pressure
You should stick fairly close to the 33psi but a few extra pounds wont hurt. Dont go up to 51psi, thats max for the tire and they will wear fast in the center and ride like a tank. As long as the tread is flat on the pavement you should be ok.
My Jeep: 2001 Grand Cherokee Limited, 245/65R17 Falken Rocky Mountain ATS, K&N drop in air filter, Bilstein HD's. De-badged, eagle-eye LED Tails & LED 3rd brake light, Addco front and rear sway bars, Superchips tuned & TM snip, interior 6k LED's, Gen3 ccfl projectors with Volt 6k HID lows, akebono brake upgrade with R1 Concepts premium rotors.