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Old December 15th, 2009, 12:02 PM
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What pressure is everyone running in their 1100X16?
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Re: Tire pressure,
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I run around 30-35 psi. Without a load a higher pressure is a rough ride and the XL don't flatten out to get even wear. Others may run higher pressures.
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Post by porkchop on Oct 1, 2006, 9:05am

I am running mine at 50 psi. On my truck it tracks better down the road with the higher pressure.
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Thanks. Just looking for a ball park to start with.
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Post by barrman on Oct 2, 2006, 12:39pm

Anything below 70 on my XZL's and my front tires started to scuff real bad on the outside because of the rear locker. I just put them at the 80 psi max.

If you have open diff's, start them off low and keep adding a little until you get a good even wear pattern. 80 psi is a ruff ride.
 

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