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what psi are you running?

Hey guys, what psi are you guys running with your 35's? The tires say 35psi, but that seams a little low..
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Sidewall suggest 35psi on my 35x12.50R15 Goodyear MT/R's....and I run 35. When I wheel, I air down to 20. But when snow wheelin', I'm aired down to 10-13 psi.
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Yea i am about to put 35's on what psi hey what lift do you have James
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Sidewall suggest 35psi on my 35x12.50R15 Goodyear MT/R's....and I run 35. When I wheel, I air down to 20. But when snow wheelin', I'm aired down to 10-13 psi.
gotcha, yeah thats what im running .. 35.. just figured id ask..
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Yea i am about to put 35's on what psi hey what lift do you have James
ridhg now i have a Superlift 4 " SL on.. i have a 3" bl waiting to be put on.. And im going to try everything in my power to not have to put that on.. If you dont mind losing your tow hooks, re-hanging your exhaust, having week bumper brackets, etc.. i highly suggest double lifting your truck.. or youll be in the same boat i am, which is finding ways to modify things to where the tires dont rub..
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Tire to tire is different. On road I ran my 35 BFG ats around 30 front and 26 rear because that ran the best, but it ended up eating them up quick. Lift/alignment shop recommenced around 36lbs which rides rough but supposedly better for the tires. Watch for wear in certain tread areas and keep them rotated.
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How long does the average 35 mud tire last for yall? Estimate
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It will depend hugley on the tire. A 35 Irok is going to wear a hell of alot faster than a 35 BFG. Every tire has a different tread compound, different sidwalls, different tread patterns, all will equate into a different life expectancy on a tire.

I can see things rangeing from 25-50,000 miles.
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I run 33 PSI on meth....

Oh, you mean tires! not boost!

32psi front, 37psi rear.
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