Tire pressure

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  1. Grasshopper

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    What are you guys running for air pressures?

    Ford says to run the fronts at 26 and the rears at 32 IIRC.
     
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    I run what Ford says. 35/35 on my '07.

    -- Chuck
     
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    Is that what your manual and/or door sticker says??? Mine says what I posted above.
     
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    If they are factory size tires, the door sticker is the guide.

    Mine is 30F/35R
     
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    I run 35/35PSI in my '98 4.6 4X4.
     
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    Door sticker pressure on mine. 35/35

    -- Chuck
     
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    Interesting Chuck. Different years of truck, I guess. Is yours a 4x4 like Buck Nasty's?
     
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    Those morons at the NAPA tire center put friggin 90 psi in my tires. Every time I hit a bump I blew a valve stem. I was not a happy camper. I didn't figure I needed to check my tire pressure after having them mounted. After the second flat in less than 2 weeks, the tire guy in Whitehorse Yukon checks the rest and tells me that they are at 90 psi.
     
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    35/35, as my sticker says. 2003 2X4, BTW
     
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    Mine is a 2007 4x4 XLT. Revised rear suspension (I'm told) from previous years. 35psi is max tire pressure front and rear.

    90psi sounds like LT (light truck) tires. If ya like a truck ride get LT tires! ;)

    -- Chuck
     

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