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posted April 18, 2000 08:08 AM           Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
I have a 1999 Ford F-350 SuperDuty Dually PowerStroke Diesel SuperCab with LT235/85 R16 radials. The two front tires are Firestones. The four rear tires are General Grabbers. The maximum tire pressure is listed at 80lbs. I would like to know the recommended "normal" tire pressure for normal highway travel. Thanks in advance.

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posted April 27, 2000 07:22 AM           Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
I didn't know Firestone supplied a LT235/85R16E. I thought they just had a LT215/85R16E on the F-350's.

Anyway, according to Ford's Pressue setting chart for an F350 SD 4x2 SuperCab Pick-up with the diesel and dual rear wheels wearing LT235/85R16E's is 55 psi Front/50 psi Rear. If it is the 4x4 it is 60 F/45 R. This infoi should be on the dorr jam or in the glove compartment.

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