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bought new tires bf goodrich all terrain t/a ko2 size 265 70 r17 on tahoe LT 2012 what psi does anyone reccomend? dealer put 35 psi bf goodrich says 55 psi help!
Ah. No that was for his application. If his tires are rated 55 and he’s running 35 then he’s likely well under what the tires are made to run at, and he’ll have the wear patterns to show it. Door sticker is really only relevant to the stock tire.I had to go back and see what you guys were talking about. I see the post you and @squatchy are talking about Ted @xPosTech ' I was referring to squatchy's previous post where he give pressure ranges for different applications. Anyway all is good.
There must be different values on those sensors, like you guys, mine alets around 26 lbs.
The 10 ply guys running 55 psi, must have sensors that trip a lot higher than my 26 psi
Been there.... TPMS is a direct result of the suv rollovers that resulted from the underinflated tires.
And Piss Poor driving... But hey...The higher the pressure the higher the miles per gallon. The lower the pressure the higher the chance of failure. Soccer moms liked the softer smoother ride of underinflated tires on their suvs. TPMS is a direct result of the suv rollovers that resulted from the underinflated tires.