hylux wrote:I think the OP by Tone raises a good point about dealers delivery but also check them after a service. I have had them drop them to 30 psi. Probably by an apprentice told so for cars.
Everyone will run different pressure depending on tyres, suspension, weight, roads you drive on etc. But you need to regularly check and find your sweet spot. In the last 4 utes I've had they were all different
At what rate does air (22%O2) permeate relative to N2 ? Is it a significant increase in pressure loss from, say, a 32in tyre on 18in rim would he loss of 1 psi occur over 4 months with N2 rather than 3 months with air ? All else being equal of course.
fracturedranga wrote:Look up the 4psi rule. Its a pretty reliable way to work out your pressures
Gipsy wrote:Martin, I use 40psi because lower pressure causes my tyres to wear on the sides, also towing most of the time so need the extra psi. Wow! Hope I can get that mileage from mine oem bridgestone on my 2013 sr5
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