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Old 03-11-2014, 11:30 AM
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Aftermarket tire pressure

Hey guys, I have the 22" FR's with 305/35/22's and was wondering what tire pressure everyone else is running those at. I know a lot of you have them already, and just curious. Mine are at 33psi, and i think its a bit low. Thanks

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Old 03-11-2014, 06:51 PM
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Re: Aftermarket tire pressure

Stopped at a gas station and put mine up to 45psi. this feels pretty good, and i think 33 was too low and causing me to ride on the wall. Was fun too since they were about to close, and all the employees came out to check out the truck and ask questions. This is a badass truck in the states, but definitely different out here. lol
Still curious what you guys are running in these Vreds. Please let me know what you think.

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Re: Aftermarket tire pressure

Whilst I don't have 22's on my SRT, I did have them on a previous car. I ran at 38psi which provided a pretty comfortable ride. I would think 45psi is gonna be a bit high and not allow much flex. What are the roads like in Italy? Nice and smooth or crap like here in Aus?
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Re: Aftermarket tire pressure

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Stopped at a gas station and put mine up to 45psi. this feels pretty good, and i think 33 was too low and causing me to ride on the wall. Was fun too since they were about to close, and all the employees came out to check out the truck and ask questions. This is a badass truck in the states, but definitely different out here. lol
Still curious what you guys are running in these Vreds. Please let me know what you think.

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45! did you check what's the maximum PSI for your tire, 45 seems very high, I know for a fact my Nitto's max psi is 50, I have mine set at 36 PSI cold, they go up to 39 when driving fast in hot weather
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