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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by denver75k5, Nov 21, 2003.
What do you run yous at???
I run mine at 23 front and 21 rear. They're on 15x10's, full bodies truck with a 6.2, dual batt's and a 10,000 lb winch up front.
I've checked the pressure after a 10 mile freeway run before they could cool down any and they'd only gained about 2 lbs or roughly 10%.
Cool Thanks , /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif That gives me some Idea of what I should run ,(Ihave no Idea what my rig weighs) but I do know 30lbs is way too much for the road..
im runnin swampers in the front and boggers in the rear. im running 20 in the front and 15 in the rear. with 10 inch rims the boggers need to run a little less so im not running on the just the middle of the tread so much... Even with 15 pounds all of the lug doesnt touch....
I run my 39.5" IROKs at 18psi on the street and 5 on the trail! /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif
I've got my 38.5s at 25 psi.
17 front 16 rear
contact patch is good.
The way I find weight vs.tire pressure. Take some Chalk go all the way accross the tread, drive about 3-4 rev's. Check contact patch. Add or Subtract from there. Chalk gone in the middle to much, gone on the out side to little. Hope this helps.
45 front 50 rear
No, I'm serious!
D00d, why would I lie?
Ok, they are the E rated 39.5's and I tow alot and well my truck weighs 9k pounds. Recomended pressure for the truck is 65... They get hot if I run anything less than 30.
Thanks guys , I think I mite give that chalk line thing a try.
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