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Larger Tire Pressure?

nb11

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I'm sure this has been asked before, but I can't find anywhere what tire pressure is recommended when running tires larger than stock. My truck came with 225/70/15's and I now have 235/75/15's. Should I increase from the factory recommended 30 psi? And what should I run if I get 31x10.5's later down the road? Thanks!
 


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30 psi will be just fine. FX4 Rangers that came stock with 31x10.50's run 30 psi from the factory.

Anywhere from 30-35 psi is plenty for a ranger.
 

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Ah thanks. I just didn't want the shoulders and centers of my tires to wear unevenly.
 

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