I am at 300k on my 4.0l and last time I checked I was at 165 psi average.
all spark plugs removed
Throttle plate at full open(this also cuts off the fuel injectors)
Battery in good condition
But your numbers are all close to 10% of their average(128psi) so they are fine, the actual numbers are really meaningless since test parameters vary so much
$25 Vacuum gauge can tell you alot about engine condition, good read here: Technical Articles: Engine testing with a Vacuum Gauge - at Greg's Engine & Machine
For Chris98: someone has put in a 180degF thermostat, it should be changed to a 192degF thermostat.
People have some odd thoughts about thermostats, pretty much all of them are wrong, lol.
An engine running between 190-220degF has cleaner oil so better lubrication, that's from S.A.E. tests, condensation and blow-by contaminants are burned off better above 190degF.
Fuel economy is better above 190degF and below 220degF.
Running an engine cooler may sound like a good idea, but that's all it is, a sound, it ain't correct, lol.
A 180degF t-stat just shortens the life of an engine.