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Old 11-20-2007, 12:29 PM
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tire pressure 20" rims

what are you guys with the 20's running for pressure? i have an -03 with stock 17's that calls for 35 max, which is where i run them. i have 20's from the f150 arriving today with the scorpion atr's. i know they hold 44 psi max, but not thinking i want my teeth to fall out!! i was guessing around 38-40. i dont have a new expy o the lot here to look at the door sticker. thanks in advance.
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I run 35PSI in mine as that is what Ford has recommended. I may change it later but for now it seems fine. Good Luck with the new rims!!
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