Yep when I had my 35's put on shop had em aired up to 65 lbs. on the way home I thought oh crap these are gonna suck ride was terrible. Got home and checked pressures, lowered them all down to about 32 psi and wow what a difference way better ride.
28 psi here all the time. Even wear, nice ride, mpg didn't suffer much. There are a ton of factors that go into setting the correct psi, and after all the trial and error including multiple chalk tests 28-29 psi was right for me on the street.
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