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Old 05-22-2011, 12:57 PM   #1
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grabber tire pressure

i just purchased some General Grabber AT2's in 245/75 16 load rated E. does anyone have a recommendation for tire pressure? I was thinking @ 42 psi but not sure.
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Old 05-22-2011, 04:25 PM   #2
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i know nothing of grabbers, but a good average is 50psi for load E tires
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50 lbs Whoa !! The ride will be a little rough. I don't have grabbers, but I've got my Nitto trails set at 36 lbs. 35 passed the chalk test, and then I put in an extra lb for good measure.
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Chalk line test perhaps?
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i know nothing of grabbers, but a good average is 50psi for load E tires
Why on earth would someone run 50 psi in a load range E on a Tacoma? Your asking to hate the ride. Driver door says 35 psi for a reason..
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Check the side wall.The max psi will be there.
With no load mine is 40psi.I run 34-36 in front,
2-3psi less in the back.
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Why on earth would someone run 50 psi in a load range E on a Tacoma? Your asking to hate the ride. Driver door says 35 psi for a reason..
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Check the side wall.The max psi will be there.
With no load mine is 40psi.I run 34-36 in front,
2-3psi less in the back.
^^^Yes.. all of this.
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