Air Pressure - BFG ATs - 100 Series

Discussion in 'Tire and Wheel Tech' started by uzj100, Sep 17, 2003.

  1. uzj100

    uzj100

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    What air pressure are you guys running in your bfg at's? Mine seem to be wearing quicker than expected. Or could it be me driving this 100 like a sports car?

    I am running 35 psi all around. 285/75 R 16's.

    Thanks,

    uzj100
     
  2. Hltoppr

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    I run about 40 psi in mine.

    -H-
    Try not to blow away in the hurricane!
     
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    Don't know about the shoppingbagwag (100 :flipoff2: :D), but on the 80, I keep my 295/75r16 around 40psi.:flipoff2::slap:
     
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    315s here at 45 psi
     
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    295's at 40 here.
     
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    but they're Goodyear Eagle GTIIs, currently for sale...:)
     
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    32 PSI, STOCK TIRES 275/70/16
     
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    18Sep2003 (UTC -7)

    [quote author=uzj100 link=board=2;threadid=5355;start=msg42103#msg42103 date=1063811146]
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    I am running 35 psi all around. 285/75 R 16's.
    [/quote]

    Same here... I've had mine for 42,000+ miles now, but I rotate 5 tyres. I'll measure the actual tread depth tomorrow.
     
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    I keep my 305/70's at the Toyota recommended pressure of (if I remember right) 29 in front and 31 in the rear. I haven't had them long enough to see much wear. They don't seem to be underfilled. Off road I take them down between 15 and 18.
    Dennis
     
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