Originally Posted by Smitty77
Just a caution, but that could be the wrong PSI to run with. Without four corner weight, where you can determine the highest weight of a specific side of the axle, you may have used the wrong Tire Manufactures PSI line to obtain PSI's.
Best to all,
I am happy with the +10%. If you execute the formula and add the 10% you will see that it comes out very close to my numbers.
Besides, on steering tires, I like both to be the same PSI. I have been driving for 53 years different type vehicles, millions of miles, and have always maintained identical PSI on the steer tires.
Works for me. Other things work for others. I can't see where PSI variations from side to side make that much difference. The reason I say that, while monitoring my TPMS, with tires set to equal PSI, the tires on the sunny side while rolling down the road will increase a couple PSI over the tires on the shady side.