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Toyo open country a/t tire pressure?

So a few months back i lowered the tire pressure in each of my tires mainly for offroading, when i got back on the road i liked how the truck drove with the lowered pressure. Now as i'm commuting 60 miles per day i need better gas mileage and need more pressure! I checked today and the tires are at 24 psi which sounds ridiculous to me but im no expert on pressure, the rating on the tires says 65 psi? that to me sounds way to high, what should i put these tires at?

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id set them between 32-35 and see what they wear like...the PSI on the side is just the MAX PSI
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Im guessing they're E-rated because of the metric size. I'd say throw it at 37
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ask grev

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awesome thanks guys
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Rotate them every oil change to be safe. I do that on my KM2s
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the man says no less than 80%, me 285/75/16 revos 50 in front and 45 in back on blacktop
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the man says no less than 80%, me 285/75/16 revos 50 in front and 45 in back on blacktop
must ride like a tank
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but it is a nice tank and tire ware is not, a little air out and will stay with loud mudders on the trail
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