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vietnamese2004 Jun 4, 3:59am - #191698 

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what is proper tire pressure?

what is the best/recommened tire pressure
stock gts wheel.
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CRBN BLU Jun 4, 12:37pm - #191699 

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That should be located just inside when you open the driver's door on a little white sticker. I have a GT and the stock tire pressure was 29 PSI. Just open your driver's door and look for a square white sticker.

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vietnamese2004 Jun 4, 4:34pm - #191700 

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HiCkS Jun 4, 6:15pm - #191701 

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i have stock 15's with the hubcaps, it says no more than 51 PSI, i am right around 45psi
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ToiletPaper Jun 4, 9:50pm - #191702 
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Originally Posted by HiCkS
i have stock 15's with the hubcaps, it says no more than 51 PSI, i am right around 45psi


Whats on the tires sidewalls is the MAXIMUM psi it can handle. 45 seems a bit high still. you should bring it down to about 35 or so.
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isaac Jun 4, 10:13pm - #191703 
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Originally Posted by CRBN BLU
That should be located just inside when you open the driver's door on a little white sticker. I have a GT and the stock tire pressure was 29 PSI. Just open your driver's door and look for a square white sticker.


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Chaz Jun 4, 11:02pm - #191704 
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So you can just ignore what's on the tire if you follow the instructions in the door jam??

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isaac Jun 4, 11:26pm - #191705 
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^ for stock wheel/tire setup

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V8killer Jun 5, 12:27am - #191706 
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when i was working at a toyota dealership they said to inflate every tire on all toyotas to 32 psi.
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00GTShope Jun 5, 6:34am - #191707 

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the sticker on my GTS says 32 psi all around for stock tires/rims.

I keep my 215\35\18's at about 36, how about everyone else with aftermarket... I find 36 to be just right. thumbsup
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