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Old 11-27-2007, 06:46 PM
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Tire Pressure with 35's

What tire pressure should I be running with 35" KM2's on stock 18's? Costco set them at like 32 psi when I checked with the accugauge, I thought it should be more like 40psi??

What do you guys think would get the best treadwear and mileage?

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Old 11-27-2007, 07:01 PM
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What tire pressure should I be running with 35" KM2's on stock 18's? Costco set them at like 32 psi when I checked with the accugauge, I thought it should be more like 40psi??

What do you guys think would get the best treadwear and mileage?

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Run them at 38 to 40. All the 35" tires they have listed on the BFG KM2 site are a load range D tire with a max of 50. 32 is way too low for that tire. I would never go lower the 35-36 on that tire.
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If they're a mud terrain, which I believe they are, then I'd run them at 42-44PSI.

I ran my Toyo MT's in the low-mid 30PSI range for a very brief while until I was advised on these boards to run them at 42-44PSI and the ride difference, instantly, was very noticeable.

I'm now running them at about 45PSI.

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Sounds good thanks guys!
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