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Door plate shows 35, but that was for original tires which were same size by not LT’s."Real world" has so many variables, IMHO not the best inquiry. For a start, what psi does the door plate recommend? Then you need to consider how much additional weight the truck carries consistantly because that varies so much between owners. Lastly a good check is the chalk test. This determines if the full width of the tread is contacting the road surface. This is more important for pavement, than off road, but it appears from your post that most of your miles are on pavement.
Door plate shows 35, but that was for original tires which were same size but not LT’s.
Thanks!LT's shouldn't affect the 35 lbs recommendation. That is what I'd run, unless you carry a lot of weight normally.