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Look on the Tire's sidewall for the Recommended Maximum Pressure and don't exceed it.

Posted on Mar 12, 2011

Testimonial: "I never thought the tyre manufacturer acutally provide the tyre pressure rating on the tyre wall. Many thanks."

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    Terry Tate Mar 16, 2011

    Those numbers are typically the max air pressure a tire can hold and you should never come close to this number. You should look on the inside of the drivers door panel or in the drivers manual to check what is the correct tire pressure for your car. Most cars should be running between 32-36psi. I myself run 32 in the front and 34 in the rear for my rear wheel drive car to maximize tire contact for cornering and braking.

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    Jeremy Moore Mar 16, 2011

    The inside of the drivers door panel or in the drivers manual list the recommended tire pressure for the Stock tires. Most people with older vehicles don't have the stock tires anymore. I always recommend checking the specific tire for the Tire Manufacturers recommended pressure, and never exceed the Maximum pressure on the tire.



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