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Old 11-16-2023, 08:53 PM #1
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What pressure for standard load 265/70/17 Ridge Grapplers?

Been struggling with steering wheel vibrations at highway speeds and figured I would try inflating my tires more so than usual to see if it would help. Inflated them to 38psi and the steering wheel shake is gone. Is that too high to run standard load tires? Before when I had them at 32psi the side walls looked like they were sagging. The tires say 44psi as the max so I figured 38psi would be ok to run.
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Iíve run my standard load Wildpeaks at 35.


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the tire rating psi is for the max load rating of the tire. it may or may not be the same as what toyota calls out for. if it fixed your shake, then leave it. chances are youre over the load rating of the toyota with those tires anyways so youre safe.
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