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Posted: 04/23/21 10:05pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

CA Traveler wrote:

Check your tire specs for the maximum pressure. TST indicates it should be about a 25% increase.


The maximum pressure on the sidewall is the maximum *cold* pressure, so it doesn't really help determine the max pressure for warm tires.

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Thanks for the replies. I think I will set the high at 96 and take it from there. For the low I will set at 70



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rlw999 wrote:

CA Traveler wrote:

Check your tire specs for the maximum pressure. TST indicates it should be about a 25% increase.


The maximum pressure on the sidewall is the maximum *cold* pressure, so it doesn't really help determine the max pressure for warm tires.
OK The TST 507 manual states the pressure data charts plus about 25%. Hence the psi is based on the actual weight the tire is carrying after it is weighed plus 25% for the TPMS.


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