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Old 01-07-2015, 01:07 PM   #11
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My 2012 GMC 2500HD D/A crew cab short bed says to run the front tires at 60 and the rear at 70 and that's what I have done for the past three seasons with no problems. Tow a Jayco 26.5 HT RLS and a 19" Crestliner behind the FW with no problems. I see no reason to pump the rear tires, on my truck, up to 80 pounds when the 70 seems to work great.
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Old 01-07-2015, 02:38 PM   #12
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I see no reason to pump the rear tires, on my truck, up to 80 pounds when the 70 seems to work great.
The door sticker on my Ford says 65psi all the way around. The Michelin tires on the truck are max rated at 80psi. I do the same thing when I tow, rears get 70psi and leave the fronts alone. No sway issues here.
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