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Old 12-14-2012, 04:36 PM   #31
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Al 4 tires were at 28 psi. I left them there.

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Old 12-14-2012, 06:00 PM   #32
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All 4 tires at 28 psi. They were all there except one that was at 30.I let it down to 28.

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Old 12-14-2012, 07:27 PM   #33
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another thing to check, if you havent already, is the track-bar connections. Both front and rear. Just make sure everything is tight and bushings are good. I had a wondering problem with mine and it turned out that the rear trackbar was loose at the frame end.
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Old 12-14-2012, 08:02 PM   #34
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another thing to check, if you havent already, is the track-bar connections. Both front and rear. Just make sure everything is tight and bushings are good. I had a wondering problem with mine and it turned out that the rear trackbar was loose at the frame end.
I plan to put track bar bushings in real soon. None are showing any slop right now.
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Old 12-14-2012, 08:19 PM   #35
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For a 33x12.50 tire, 26 to 28 psi. 26-27 is fine around town, 28 psi is good when the Jeep is fully loaded on the highway.
Hey Jerry interesting info there on tire pressures! I have always just pressured up to the imprinted tire pressure. I'm a do it yourselfer on my jeep but I have a limited knowledge on the why and what fore and always like to learn more to get past this.

Obviously answering this in detail is off topic to the original poster's problem but I am curious to learn more. Any chance you could start a separate thread or if one exists you could point us to it?

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Old 12-14-2012, 09:03 PM   #36
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Hey Jerry interesting info there on tire pressures! I have always just pressured up to the imprinted tire pressure. I'm a do it yourselfer on my jeep but I have a limited knowledge on the why and what fore and always like to learn more to get past this.

Obviously answering this in detail is off topic to the original poster's problem but I am curious to learn more. Any chance you could start a separate thread or if one exists you could point us to it?

Thanks!!!
Not Jerry here and have far less knowledge than he but I will try to answer for you the best I can.
The imprinted tire pressure usually indicates maximun inflation pressure for the specific tire. Most vehicles have tire pressures listed on the door pillar or the door itself, if you cannot find it , it will be in the owners manual. The recommended pressure will be only for oem tires. For larger tires you will need to keep an eye on them for signs of wear, an under inflated tire will show signs of wear on the outer and inner edges and an over inflated tire will show signs of wear in the center of the tire.

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