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Re: what is correct tire pressure for 1987 supra
It depends on what size of tires are on the car.
This supra should have one of two different tire sizes. The first is 205/55R16 and the pressure should be 36PSI. The second is the fifty series tires, 225/50VR16 and the pressure should be 28 PSI.
A side note, aside from potentially being displayed on the tire itself and the owner's manual (if it's still in the car), the correct tire pressure is also typically put on a small placard that is mounted on the driver's door or glovebox area.
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