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Look at the sticker on the inside of the driver door frame. It tells you the proper tire size and psi.
 

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34/35 E rated I run 28. I plan to move to the KO2 35's that are C rated and expect to move up to 32.

The door sticker is for stock tires...
 

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I have the same size as stock 31 tires but these are BFG All-Terrain T/A K02. The sidewall says max press is 65psi. Can I run these at 35psi with no premature tire tread wear?
 

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Max pressure is not what you are supposed to run but rather the most you can run to carry load.
Those tires come stock on some Jeeps and the recommended pressure doesn't seem to change. But I would view the factory recommended pressure as a good starting point. A little less pressure can deliver a better ride, and off road it will help traction immensely if you drop the pressures.
 

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I have the same size as stock 31 tires but these are BFG All-Terrain T/A K02. The sidewall says max press is 65psi. Can I run these at 35psi with no premature tire tread wear?
Probably even lower. Read up on the chalk test and adjust pressure accordingly.
 
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