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Posted on door jam ? Or on tire, but that is MAX pressure when loaded
Should say on the tire
Open the drivers door, look near the latch area on the truck, it will give front and rear tire psi.
Nothing on the doors & no manual...
On the tire it's 105 psi… i assume it's the max…
If i'll put 95 it's ok?
So i saw on the tires max 105psi for the rears & 100psi for the front.
Because it's the maximum, i put 96 for the front & 99 or 98 for the rears… is that enogh/ok?
Thanks for the help.
I would chalk the tires, it will give you a perfect pressure.
ALSO those look like 17.5 tires, so 90 to 100 should be good. I doubt if you are close to the max capacity of the chassis.
Where are you by the way?
That is plenty, maybe even a bit high.