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2/10/15 I bought a 2012 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara 4WD 4-door with Toyo A/T Open County Xtreme tires - size LT 285/65 R!8- Please advise recommended tire pressure. If pressure is on the sidewall, I can't read something that small. Thanks. Anne P>S. VERY nice tires !
Asked by Anne from Missouri Ozarks on
Hello Anne, All vehicles are different. What you need to do is draw a chaulk line across your tread and move the Jeep. If it wipes the center clean it is over inflated. If it wipes the outside you are under inflated. You want the entire line wiping even. Typically it takes 28-30 PSI. Hope that helps.
Answered by Adam from Missouri Ozarks on
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