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Tire pressure

I just wanted to ask what is everyone running as far as the tire pressure in their Titan's? I have the 17 inch off road BFG'z rugged trails.... the truck recomens setting the pressure at 35 psi cold.... I do run that... even tire wear all the way around.... I was just wonding if some of these guys posting that theu are getting gas mileage in the 20's are running a higher pressure!?! just curious what you all are running....
The owners manual say when you rotate the tire.... got front to rear + rear to the front keeping the same tires on the same side of the truck... I was looking on the BFG website and it says to cross em!?! Any recomendations.... thanks for your time!!!
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Thumbs up Welcome to Titan Talk......

Welcome to Titan Talk.....firefighterforusn...I always cross rotate-em .........and my same tires are at 38.5 psi all around...you can also SEARCH on TT and find out a lot.
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I run 32 PSI for a softer ride

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Hey thanks tom.... I appricate all of your help.... and I will continue searching on TT... take care!!! is 38.5 a hard ride?
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Thumbs up Might have to experiment for your terrain.....

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Hey thanks tom.... I appricate all of your help.... and I will continue searching on TT... take care!!! is 38.5 a hard ride?
When the temps. of the tire drop......it is softer.....no need to pressure up higher..........is what I have been trying with some success for my terrain.
You may have to experiment for yours. With some weight in your Titan the smoother the ride.....empty will be rougher for a Off Road 4 x 4 Big Tow Titan.
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