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Old 03-12-2008, 07:59 PM
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first gen lightning tire pressure

Hello, I have a 92 2wd Nite flare side.Going to upgrade to the 17 inch lightning wheels. Just wondering what psi you guys/gals are running on the stock size tires. Thanks for any help Jace
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On my Gen 1 Wheels I am using Yokohama AVS 275/60 R17 With 40 PSI All Year Around. If i go lower in the psi range like 35 the truck drivies sloppy.
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On my truck, I run 38psi up front and 35psi for the rear tires. Just experiment with the pressure and you'll find one that works best for you.
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Thanks guys. I started out at 45 and the ride is a bit ruff. I've started dropping down a few pounds each day. Getting close to the sweet spot. Jace
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