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Just curious what air pressure you're running? I've had mine at 35 psi all around and the fronts seem to be wearing a little on the outer edges. I'm going to do the chalk test but thought i'd ask to see if anybody might chime in.
 

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I just bought these tires myself, should be here wed. so Im curious too.... what are your thoughts so far Chargedtaco??
 

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had mine for half a year so far n love em.. 35psi is good nough..:D
 

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I've had the tires for a couple months now and so far
they're great. I just want to make sure I have the
correct air pressure to make them last as long as possible.

I just bought these tires myself, should be here wed. so Im curious too.... what are your thoughts so far Chargedtaco??
 

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I have mine for two years & have tried several different pressures. At the lower pressure I was getting some wear on the outer edges. I now run 38 & mine are fine.
 

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Hey fellas, these are on my short-list for tire-upgrades this summer..... These and the Falcon Ziex are flip-flopping spot 1 & 2 on the list. The Falcon's have more of a street look, where-as these have a nice off-road look.

Anyhow, I do mostly city driving, and need a good tire for all-season Street Performance. Especially, dry & wet hookup (with decent snow traction too). My Wrangler H/P's spin like crazy, and from reading the reviews, the Falcon's & the Zeon's get good pavement traction. What's you opinion on that?
 

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Thanks for the input. Last night I bumped mine up to 40 but will be doing the chalk test as soon as I can. But I bet 38-40 psi will be about right.

I have mine for two years & have tried several different pressures. At the lower pressure I was getting some wear on the outer edges. I now run 38 & mine are fine.
 

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I can only speak for myself but my truck came with the stock TRD alloys and BFG rugged trails so the factory specs on the door sill would only be for those tires. I upgraded to 20" wheels and tires so the psi settings are bound to be a little different.

And to answer popo2239's question, the zeons have great wet/dry traction. I haven't really had them offroad much other than a dirt road or two but on road, they've done very well. Night/day difference between the stockers my truck came with.

what about the factory spec. ??
 

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I don't know about anyone else but the dealer has been doing all the wheel work on my truck and the factory tires are almost gone on the sidewalls. I have about 29k on it and the inside wear is still good but what is the deal with the front end setup to make it do this. Don't want my next set to do the same thing.
 

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Have you checked the air pressure and or alignment?

I don't know about anyone else but the dealer has been doing all the wheel work on my truck and the factory tires are almost gone on the sidewalls. I have about 29k on it and the inside wear is still good but what is the deal with the front end setup to make it do this. Don't want my next set to do the same thing.
 

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I try to keep pressure at 32-35 psi even and the dealer keeps saying it is within the specs. I was wanting to go with cooper zeon or nitto terra but don't want dealer to align if it is going to do the same thing.
 
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