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Old 09-07-2021, 09:48 PM #16
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Then you change out P rated tires for LT or non P rated tires, the load rating is different so you can throw the placard on the door column out the window as far as this psi inflation guidelines.
Personally I run 44 psi in my BFG All-Terrain T/A KO2 to meet my load needs.
This. If you went with E-loads then your pressure needs to go up to around 44. There's a link on multiple threads here that explains/does the correct psi for changing load and/or size.

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This forum is awesome ! So much helpful information, my 20 ORP is going to Toyota dealer tomorrow for inspection, Toyota care service and a correct wheel balance using the correct method described in this thread from first reply. Dealer is familiar with this issue and has a remedy.
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Toyota trucks are just sensitive to wheel balance. The only way I've been able to reliably get rid of steering wheel shimmy is to have the tires RoadForce balanced and ask the tech what the RoadForce numbers are on each tire. These numbers describe how out of round the tire is. Less than 10 is good, 10-20 is ok, over 20 is garbage. If you just bought the tire and its over 20, I'd ask them to remount it, to see if that helps. If it doesn't help, ask for a new tire. Once you've got your Roadforce numbers for each tire, request that the lowest numbers go on the front and the highest numbers go in the rear. Now the only time I get a bit of shimmy is in the mornings when the tire has been sitting on the same spot and is cold. It goes away as soon as the tire warms up.
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55 psig? lol, thatís higher than the tire is rated at, right?
55 PSI is the right at the max limit for the tire. The Toyota factory over inflates the tires so they won't get flat spotted during transit. Dealers are supposed to lower the pressure back to 32 PSI during PDI but most never do. Many people on this forum have complained they found their tires at 55 PSI.
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