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Re: What psi are you running on your m/t tires for highway driving?

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Damn, you guys making me second guess myself. I never run more than 35psi. I got 40,000 miles out of my last set of Terra Grapplers.


I was about to right the same as you haha

I've always kept them at the door specs.


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Re: What psi are you running on your m/t tires for highway driving?

you guys are starting to worry me too...lol. Actually have some cooper pro stts and i go by the tire sidewall - it says 80psi. i run 70-78 psi. my tpms light is on. i've replaced two sensors (one was leaking off air and the other dead). Still have the solid light for no sensor info to the monitoring unit'faulty tpms....guess i should figure out the reset proceedure and see if it will work correctly since i have a commiewealth state inspection coming up. i'm sure they will hit me on that. hmmmm maybe the bulb will fall out? lol any insight on reset ( i think there is a thread on here if i can find it) or if my high pressures would cause this? (i doubt since it is just a low pressure sensor) thanks titan talkers.

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I run 46 cold in the front, and 42 cold in the back, on my 2011 Pro4X CC. Tires are 1st Gen BFG TA/KOs in OEM size, but E load range. I'm getting very even wear, and with 38k on the tires, I still have a quarter to a third of the tread left. These will break 50k easily, and may make 60k.

Set up your tires so the contact patch is right and you will get best wear, handling, and braking. Running at max psi on the sidewall will wear out the centers way early unless you're always carrying max load.
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Re: What psi are you running on your m/t tires for highway driving?

Door specs only apply to exact size/load rating of tire listed
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Re: What psi are you running on your m/t tires for highway driving?

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you guys are starting to worry me too...lol. Actually have some cooper pro stts and i go by the tire sidewall - it says 80psi. i run 70-78 psi. my tpms light is on. i've replaced two sensors (one was leaking off air and the other dead). Still have the solid light for no sensor info to the monitoring unit'faulty tpms....guess i should figure out the reset proceedure and see if it will work correctly since i have a commiewealth state inspection coming up. i'm sure they will hit me on that. hmmmm maybe the bulb will fall out? lol any insight on reset ( i think there is a thread on here if i can find it) or if my high pressures would cause this? (i doubt since it is just a low pressure sensor) thanks titan talkers.

I ran 5psi off max for while on my 2015 Titan and it always lit the TPS light. Spoke to the service manager at my dealer and he said the TPS light will always come on at anything over 50psi.




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