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Old 09-05-2010, 03:16 AM   #1
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I tow my TT with Equal-I-Zer weight distribution hitch. Have heard a couple of differing opinions (i.e. airing up, no change to normal, etc.) about whatpressure I should put in the Tundra's tires for my upcoming trip .Thought I'd pose this question to the Forum's Panel of Experts. What do y'all think?
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Old 09-05-2010, 03:32 AM   #2
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I think it's wise to follow the tire manufacturer's guidelines. If you can't get those, the sticker on the door is a good place to start. They should be equal or very close.

..but I am not an expert.






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If your still on factory tires about 44 lbs is max if I rember right. I switched to 10 ply.
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Yup...44 pounds is max on the factory Bridgestones. Door sticker says 30 pounds front, 33 pounds rear for "normal" conditions. My question relates to whether I need to air up rears/both due to adding thetongue weight of the trailer?
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My question relates to whether I need to air up rears/both due to adding thetongue weight of the trailer?

If you call Bridgestone and give them the weight you are putting on the tires, they will give you a recommendation.Well, I think they will. I know Michelin will do that.


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