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Tire pressure question

Discussion in 'X-Runners' started by Radio Flyer, May 8, 2012.

  1. Radio Flyer

    Radio Flyer [OP] Member

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    Wait ... this is a legitimate question ... hear me out ... please.

    I have an '06 Taco Access cab 4x2 that originally came with steel 15" rims and just installed a set of OEM X-Runner rims and tires. I am hoping someone can confirm what tire pressure I should run. I have them set them at 30.

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    If you have the owners manual that originally came with your truck, it will have all tire pressures for the different size tires that are optional for the truck. Check the index, but the spec should be close to the back of the book.
     
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    That's the first place I looked. Can't find anything in the manual for tire pressures. The only reference I have is on the driver's side door post and it only has the pressure for the 15" rim and tire combination.
     
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    Yes, but I have an Xrunner.
     
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    OK, thanks.

    I'll bump them up to 35-37.
     
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    Pic in live, 35 is standard :thumbsup:
     
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