I'm running 38 front 36 rear, and will pump up to the max 44 when the bed is loaded, when towing or when autocrossing. This ought to start somethin'.OK got a 07 Tundra double cab (old access cab) on the door it states "30psi in front" and "33psi in the rear".....the tires state on the side "max psi 44"...the tires look low, any reccomendations????? thanks, CSM-H
I do understand....I have no intent of running max PSI, I was concerned with the low end and the tires appearence.....Low tire pressure (aka Explorer) and Firestone are all over this issue...thanks for the response, CSM-Htire psi marked on side of tire is a maximum cold tire psi, this has everything to do with weight added to vehicle and be it passenger weight or cargo weight and should be increased if the payloads increase! If you are not carrying extra weight why would you wanta compromise tire wear? If you run max PSI and no extra weight you will cause premature tire wear, will it be noticable? not for a while but over a long period yes it will!
Right freakin' on. And the lower pressure puts emphasis on ride quality not tire ware. There are a number of different tire sizes and brands used on the Tundra and I find it hard to believe they all require the same pressure. My tires were set at 36 PSI from the dealer.maxium psi is for maxium load, factory specifications are for light load and ride comfort.