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What Tire Pressure Should I Use
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  • FAQ - TIRES

  • …my tires are directional and properly mounted/rotated? * How is the tire warranty rating determined? * What does speed rating mean and what is correct for my vehicle? * When are winter / snow tires no longer appropriate for the next season? * Why can't I use run-flat tires without a Tire Pressure Monitoring…

  • FAQ - WHEELS

  • What happens if I don't buy Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) sensors when I buy new wheels? * What are lug centric wheels? * Why don't you have wheels listed for my vehicle? * What should I do if my wheel covers do not fit my wheels? * What is the proper torque for wheel installation? * Can I use

  • Changing Wheel and Tire Sizes, What Pressure Should I Run?

  • …wheels to 18" aftermarket wheels, what tire pressure should you run with your new tires? Many times, the service description (e.g. 98H) is still the same on the tires when the size is adjusted, so the same pressure can be used. If the load index is higher on the new tires, then you still follow your vehicle's…

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  • Under Pressure!

  • What pressure setting should I use on my new tires? The correct pressure settings for your vehicle can be referenced in the owner's manual or on the placard found inside the drivers door jamb. The information will provide a recommended cold temperature setting that is to be used regardless of the tire




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