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I run exactly 40 in each tire in my toyo's. They are good for 50 pounds. Don't remember exactly what toyo's they are though. Would have to check.

Alot of folks have started running nitrous(I believe) in their tires. Seems like good stuff.
 

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33x12.5x15 BFG all terrains at 35 psi on my 2000 ram 4x4
285/75/16 Michelins at 45-50 psi on my 1999 ram 4x4
I haven't tried nitrogen yet but I've heard good things about it. It's not earth sharttering mileage increases but it's supposed to be more stable pressures than air.
 

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Nitrogen thats it lol.
I was thinking about other things haha.
 

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245/70/17 40 psi its the stock goodyears but replacing soon

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96 Ram 1500 2 W.D. 265 70x16 tires-35 front & rear: 87 D100, 225 70x15 tires-35 front, 32 rear: 87 5th. ave. 215 70x15 tires-35 front & rear.:gr_patrio
 

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Door sticker says 44 front/rear but the sidewall of my 33X12.5 Maxxis Buckshot mudders says 35 so I'm running 36 PSI front/rear.
 

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My 33x12.50r17 A/T's I'm running 30 front 28 rear,
35x12.50r15 Maxxis Bighorns usually run them 28 front 26 rear.

Doing the water test, these PSI's showed even tread pattern meaning the tires are going to wear even, instead of the middle going first.

With the 33's I get 12-14MPG city, 15-16MPG Highway, 35's I get 8-11MPG city, and 13-15MPG Highway.
 

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35x12.50-17 Toyo Open Country M/T. 35 PSI per recommendation from Toyo. Wearing perfect. I run about 40-42 when I tow my camper.
 

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I run exactly 40 in each tire in my toyo's. They are good for 50 pounds. Don't remember exactly what toyo's they are though. Would have to check.

Alot of folks have started running nitrous(I believe) in their tires. Seems like good stuff.
:thatfunny

will that make my truck go faster? haha
 

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80 psi on tires recommended for 50 or below psi? your asking for a blow out. Ants are going to crawl on your tires and blow them up
 

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Obama says we can solve the energy crisis by running higher pressure so I don’t know, I might try about 1500 psi. What do you think?
 

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315/75-16 Toyo Open Country MT's, load range E. I run 45 PSI front and rear unless towing heavy, then I run 60 PSI rear, 45 front. 18.5 MPG average daily driving and 21 highway average.
 

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Obama says we can solve the energy crisis by running higher pressure so I don’t know, I might try about 1500 psi. What do you think?
LMAO :thatfunny

And to meangreen. Hell ya it will go faster! LOL. oops. :eek:
 

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245-75x16 Coopers with 40 pounds

OK I'll bite, how is a tire with 40 pounds of Nitrogen in it any different from a tire with 40 pounds of compressed air ?
 

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Nitrogen doesn't expand as much when it gets hot and won't lose as much pressure through the tire material. There is better words to explain this but I don't remember them.:gr_patrio
 

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On my 265/75 load "E" tires I run 60 psi all the way around towing my travel trailer or not. They say max is 80 psi.
 
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