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Old 07-01-2010, 08:29 PM   #1
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265/75/16 E BFG AT tire pressure?

Im going to do a chalk line this week but what is the recommendation for this tire on the 2nd gens? I have them currently at 40 all around, in my 3rd gen 4runner I ran a set of these at 32. i have a winch and brushguard if that makes a difference.
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I have them as well and I think I'm running either 30 or 25 psi in the back to get proper tread contact with the road to eliminate uneven wear.

The front is sitting pretty at 35psi and I have an ARB bumper on there at about 175lbs.

At 40 psi you'd get a better ride out of this...

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At 32 psi mine wear in the center, indicating the pressure is too high.
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Im going to do a chalk line this week but what is the recommendation for this tire on the 2nd gens? I have them currently at 40 all around, in my 3rd gen 4runner I ran a set of these at 32. i have a winch and brushguard if that makes a difference.
Did you get the E rated tire in the 265/75/16 tire? If so, any complaints?
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yes E rated, in the past this tire has really worn down faster than other tires I have tried. I just continue to buy them because they look the best to me for an AT
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sounds funny, but im running my 265/75R16 duratracs at
34 front, 24 rear.
did the chalk test and this gives me the best wear pattern
and they drive smooth as can be. that back end must be really light.
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sounds funny, but im running my 265/75R16 duratracs at
34 front, 24 rear.
did the chalk test and this gives me the best wear pattern
and they drive smooth as can be. that back end must be really light.
Are your DTs C or E range tires?
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Sorry , went on vacation

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