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This is the copy of the email I got From toyo Now I Just aired up my tires to 60lbs hot and I can tell you from 20miles on the freway they ride and handle 50% Better. This is from Toyo with my quistion!!! (I have the M/T 265-75-16 10plys E load)
Thank you for contacting Toyo Tires USA for your PSI recommendation.
Per your OE size P265/75/R16 114T, Toyo recommends with the OPMT
LT265/75R16 123P a PSI of 55. Per the OEM specs the Tire must support a
weight of 2601 lbs. And with the MT tire in order to cover that weight
you should have a PSI of 55 covering a weight of 2625 lbs. All PSI's
are at cold temperature.
Sincerely,
Toyo Tires USA Corp.
I urge every one with a diffrent brand tires to contact your manufacture
 

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55 is not correct. Its more like 44psi to equal the same amount the man. recommends
 

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The toyo, peopple says 55!! What man are you talking about? That was the email I got back from toyo and I talked to them by phone the tire can be inflated all the way up to 80lbs but that would be way to much
 

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The toyo, peopple says 55!! What man are you talking about? That was the email I got back from toyo and I talked to them by phone the tire can be inflated all the way up to 80lbs but that would be way to much
lol....

they didnt do there math right. Ill right it all out with the correct number and post after work
 
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