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I used to run 42 psi in my 285 BFG ATs front and rear. Great wear, 45k miles and only rotated once.

For my 35" SSRs, I run 32 psi all around.
 

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I'm running 36psi right now in my 315/75-r16's. I might go down.

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2001 Dodge Ram 1500 SLT Off-Road Quad Cab, 5.9L, Auto, 4.10 gears, 3" Rough Country lift, Heckethorn 8000 shocks, duel stabilizers, 315/75-R16 Wrangler MT/R, 16x10 M/T Classic II, Flowmaster custom duel exaust, K&N Gen II.
 

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I'm running 35psi on 35X12.50X15's on the highway, but since I have them mounted on 15X8" rims I run 23psi on the street and around town. When I go muddin I lower it to about 15psi so I get the floatation outta them.

But next week I'm ordering a set of 15X10" American Racing rims (the black powder coated steel rims with a red and blue stripe around the outter lip).

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1979 Dodge Powerwagon 150 with:
6" SkyJacker Suspension Lift Springs and shocks with 3" factory blocks. Custom Axle vents & steering shaft/knuckle joint, 35X12.50X15 BFG AT/KO's on 15X8.5 American Racing Chrome Nuggets. No more stick
 

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For my truck, (BFG AT's) I'm running 45psi front & rear. Used to run 35psi befor my winch bumper. Tires kinda squished and felt really mushy at 35psi.
 

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Im running 55 psi all the way around on my BFG AT's. Its a rough ride, but then it is a 3/4 ton.
 
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