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The sticker on the drivers door has been rubbed rubbed off

The sticker on the drivers door has been rubbed off and can not be read. i like to run the tire pressure that is normally there. I would like to know what that pressure would be

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31 front 32 rear

Posted on Nov 13, 2009

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    Sean Wright Nov 13, 2009

    avid101 is totally incorrect!!!!



    Tires will give you best performance if you go by the rating the car manufacturer list.



    If you look at a new car, and look at the sticker on the car it will say different than the tires say..stick with what the car maker says.



    And I have never seen any tire recommend 28PSI...most all tires say 32-35psi for light truck and car radials.

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Look on the side of the tire and you will find the recommed tire pressure for you tire, what it says on the door does not matter as much as what the tire is designed for, most tires recommed 28 pounds for steel belted radials, I run 32 it wears the tire a little more but it gives better fuel mileage. You can look on the tire and on small print on the otter wall it will tell you the tire pressure max cold PSI and Hot PSI with the weight at that pressure. Despite the law suit ford went threw over 2 pounds of air pressure it would be ok to run it in between the two presures. You have a choice ride eand handleing or fuel mileage and less handleing capibilites. Hope this helps. I am assuming you are not silly enought to put 80 pounds of pressure in the tires. and drive at 100 miles an hour.

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