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Old 08-18-2011, 05:45 PM   #1
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hey guys, just wondering what youre all running for PSI in load range E tires. I have duratracs, and i had them all set at 35 PSI, and I was getting a pretty bad shake in the steering wheel from 50mph up. i just aired down to 27 in the front and 30 in the back and the vibrations are pretty much gone. we'll see how the 35 mile ride to work tomorrow goes, but im pretty sure theyre gone. i still have to get them balanced at the dealer i think to be perfect with the haweka adapter, anyone know if that adapter works for aftermarket wheels? i have moto metal 951s.. any input would be great
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Tire pressure varies alot from vehicle to vehicle. Your best bet is to do the "Chalk method" to determine correct PSI.
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I only have the Cs but I run stock pressure. I did a chalk test and the stock pressure gave me the best wear.
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my truck stock said 30 front and 30 back. is that what they all are?

nevermind didnt get rid of the shakes... wtFFF!
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