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Old 02-01-2007, 08:23 PM   #15
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If in fact WRV and Toyo made th0se statements .....They are are eather fools or misinformed to all of the Tire Indestery Standards PERIOD.
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Old 02-02-2007, 07:48 AM   #16
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I looked at my label and found the recommended pressure was 120# in front and 110# in rear. I talked to Mike Glazier since I did not receive the letter from WRV, and he said that Toyo did visit the factory last year and insisted that WRV infor their owners (at least current models) to run at those tire pressure regardless of the load.

Apparently Toyo wants no issues with tread separation and other issues and have some concern about lower tire pressures, hence they are insisting on the higher pressure.

So, I guess I will follow Audrey and John on their 2006 and raise my pressures to match theirs.
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