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Proper Air Pressure?

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Proper Air Pressure?

Postby Phnx [OP] » Feb 11 2012, 9:43pm

I have a 99 silverado 1500 extended cab, and i rarely haul loads in the bed or tow a trailer. So i was wondering how much air pressure i should have. i just have stock rims and some Goodyear Wranglers. i know it says on the sidewall that the max is like 44 psi or something like that, but it never says a recommended pressure. I tried googling my question but i didnt really find any helpful info. Thanks!
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Re: Proper Air Pressure?

Postby starspangled6.0 » Feb 11 2012, 9:46pm

There should be a sticker on the drivers' side door, that lists the proper PSI for the front and back tires.
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Re: Proper Air Pressure?

Postby Phnx [OP] » Feb 11 2012, 9:53pm

I will look for that this afternoon. Thanks
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Re: Proper Air Pressure?

Postby wheeler82 » Feb 11 2012, 10:50pm

Mine are set at 38psi if that helps you, dealer set them at that.
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Re: Proper Air Pressure?

Postby Phnx [OP] » Feb 12 2012, 2:19am

The label on the door says 35 in the fronts and rears. i think i have them set to like 36 to 37. Thanks for letting me know where to find that info. now i will know where to look in the future

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