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Old 08-13-2011, 06:30 AM   #1
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My T1700 lists the tire pressure at 32 psi. that seems low to me they are rated 50 psi at max load any thoughts? They are 175/80 13 and I'm heading to Canada tomorrow so I thought it would be a good ideal to check the pressure.
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Based on what i've read hear and my experience, I run mine at the max pressure of 50 psi. We just did 1500 miles at that, in the heat, no problems. Sue & Bob
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We have Goodyear Marathon tires and they recommend 50 PSI and that is what is stamped on the side of the tire and so I run 50 PSI all the time.
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I asked a tire dealer once and he said that if you run the tires at anything besides what is printed on the side wall, you'll wear them out quickly.

Mine are a higher load rating and require 60psi.
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We have Goodyear Marathon tires and they recommend 50 PSI and that is what is stamped on the side of the tire and so I run 50 PSI all the time.
Same here.
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