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I have an 03 tundra access cab TRD running 265/75R16 nitto terra grappler all terrain tires. These are bigger than stock. What PSI shoud I run? The max load is 60.
 

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I've got the same tires, but in 10 ply. I've been running 55 psi, but I do tow some relatively heavy trailers, and they felt a little squirmy with less.
 

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I've got the same tires, but in 10 ply. I've been running 55 psi, but I do tow some relatively heavy trailers, and they felt a little squirmy with less.
ive heard that the terra grapplers are not very good heavy load tires. but thats only one source so it could just be that.
 

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ive heard that the terra grapplers are not very good heavy load tires. but thats only one source so it could just be that.
I have them in load range D, have loaded the bed with well over 700lbs (and left the rear tires at ~40psi no less!), drove that load for 10-15 miles of combined city/highway, and can unconditionally refute that assertion.
 

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I have them in load range D, have loaded the bed with well over 700lbs (and left the rear tires at ~40psi no less!), drove that load for 10-15 miles of combined city/highway, and can unconditionally refute that assertion.
well it must have just been the that one case then. i havent tried them seeing that i dont have them on my truck yet. so im kinda talking with no back. i still love those tire either way.
 
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