Re: Tire pressures

Posted by kevinpackard On 2022/12/25 1:47:29
As HPH mentioned, if you want to get even wear on the tires, the best way is to apply tire chalk, then drive the car back and forth on a level surface. It will quickly show if you are under or over inflated. That's how I do it on my overlanding rig....I found that about 38 on the front and 35 on the rear is perfect for my truck. Can't rely on someone else's experience because vehicles are different weights, running different tires, etc.

I'm not sure what my Panama is at currently, but I've been running about 28-30 front and rear on Diamondback tires. I'm not doing any long distance cruising. Just stuff around town. And the tires are comfortable and track straight. I have not done the chalk test, but I put so few miles on the car that these tires will last for many, many years.


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