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Old 01-15-2013, 07:03 PM   #1
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Bfgoodrich all terrain psi

I got installed today rims and tires for my 03 Tacoma I got 16x8 gunners and 265/75/16 bf's at. The shop set the tires at 45 psi!!! I think that's way to high. So Im thinking to lower them to 36 psi. What do you all recommend for best ride quality? Thanks in advance.
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I got installed today rims and tires for my 03 Tacoma I got 16x8 gunners and 265/75/16 bf's at. The shop set the tires at 45 psi!!! I think that's way to high. So Im thinking to lower them to 36 psi. What do you all recommend for best ride quality? Thanks in advance.
At least you will get good gas mileage.
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Old 01-15-2013, 07:10 PM   #4
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it all depends on what your driving. hwy drive for road trip 45 is perfect. around town 36-38 ish is good,or less depends on suspension.
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I run 40psi front and 38psi rear with no weight in the bed around town with minimal HW driving. Long road trips they go to 45psi front and 42 rear. If i haul or tow something i put the rear equal with front for whatever driving i'm doing. off road they go down to 12-15psi depending on how soft the terrain is.
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it all depends on what your driving. hwy drive for road trip 45 is perfect. around town 36-38 ish is good,or less depends on suspension.
I have 5100 up front and 5125 rear my leafs are still in pretty good shape. So 36 should be good??
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I run 40psi front and 38psi rear with no weight in the bed around town with minimal HW driving. Long road trips they go to 45psi front and 42 rear. If i haul or tow something i put the rear equal with front for whatever driving i'm doing. off road they go down to 12-15psi depending on how soft the terrain is.
How's the ride?
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Feels like it did when it was stock. Then again it's a truck so I'm not super worried about that. When the shop put them on they were stiff as hell so I checked the pressure. It was over 50.
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when I had BFG At's.. I ran 40psi in all four tires.. the more aired up they are the better gas mileage .. 45 might be a little much but I never had a problem w/ 40psi
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I set them at 36 psi all around and the front looks flat!!
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Old 01-15-2013, 08:22 PM   #13
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The tag on my truck calls for 45psi.
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Old 01-15-2013, 08:23 PM   #14
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The tag on my truck calls for 45psi.
My door says 29 psi on stock stuff.
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I ran mine at 40 over the summer to see if mileage improved - it did a bit. Maybe 20-30 miles more per tank. Ride's a little rougher, but it is a truck

I'm running 33"s, so that had a significant impact on my mileage...

I run 15lbs on the trails and 32 in the winter.
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The reason mine calls for 45psi is stock tires on truck are bfg all terrains. Also my truck is a Baja.
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I run mine @ 26-28 psi.
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