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Old 08-17-2016, 09:28 PM
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Just wanted to get a take on what psi you all are running in your 305 35 22's. I've got the Lexani's and it was recommended to run 37 psi in them. I am lowered on the Mopar Springs also. Ride was pretty comfortable at this pressure but, wanted to get other opinions. All info and advice is much appreciated.


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Im at 34-35 on my 21s. Just enough to keep the TPMS lights off.
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Just wanted to get a take on what psi you all are running in your 305 35 22's. I've got the Lexani's and it was recommended to run 37 psi in them. I am lowered on the Mopar Springs also. Ride was pretty comfortable at this pressure but, wanted to get other opinions. All info and advice is much appreciated.

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