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oOoLINoOo Apr 12, 5:02am - #152046 
2004 Silver Toyota Celica GT
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Tire Air presure

My tire is 15" Dunlop (stock), and it says MAX PSI is 51, my PSI is 37 now. Is it too much?
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slidr Apr 12, 5:09am - #152047 

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I believe that for the Celica, 32 is optimal.

What it says on your tires is how much air it can hold, without taking vehical load into consideration.

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oOoLINoOo Apr 12, 5:13am - #152048 
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Originally Posted by slidr
I believe that for the Celica, 32 is optimal.

What it says on your tires is how much air it can hold, without taking vehical load into consideration.


On the driver manu, it said PSI suppose to be 29 (cold),
but I mesure my PSI on a hot day, and it said 37.
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