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eric_h Nov 21, 9:21pm - #332268 

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2002 Toyota Celica GT

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tire pressure question

i have toyo proxes on 17 inch enkei rims and i was wondering what psi is good to inflate them at. I was at about 25 and the weird thing is the tread wore in the middle like it was overinflated. I hear its also not good to go lower than that. anyone have any sugestions, that would be helpful

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v3n0m Nov 22, 12:06am - #332269 

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On the sidewall it'll tell you how much to inflate it. Or you can ask the shop where you boght them from. General rule is to keep it between 30-40 PSI.
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eric_h Nov 22, 4:24am - #332270 

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i checked all it says on tire is dont exceede 40 psi, then on another spot says never exceede 50 psi.

hey venom i see your from st. george utah, i just moved here thursday aand was wondering if anyone else was on this site.

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RookieGTS Nov 22, 4:47am - #332271 

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yeah dude keep tire pressure at 30 PSI always...
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