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Best Tire Pressure for 2013 Max Tow

Best Tire Pressure for 2013 Max Tow

Postby Bluerock1 [OP] » Mar 01 2013, 3:25pm

Hi everyone, I just picked up a 2013 1500 CC Max Tow. This is my 4th Silverado and with the others the placard on the door indicated the tire pressure should be 35lb for all 4 tires. On the max tow it states tire pressure should be 32lb front and 38lb rear. I assume the extra tire pressure in the rear is for extra capacity while towing or hauling however when I'm not towing should I still run the rear tires that high. What are you guys running in your max tow trucks loaded and empty. The tires are Wrangler ATS 265/70 R17 (stock).
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Re: Best Tire Pressure for 2013 Max Tow

Postby StarsnBars » Mar 02 2013, 3:30am

35psi all around will be fine, even towing or hauling light. Bump the rears to recommended 38psi for heavier hauling or towing just like the door sticker says.
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