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Old 01-03-2012, 10:05 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Air pressure for heavy loads...

Hey I'm new to the forum and was wondering your ideas on air pressure in the front and back tires for towing. I was told 80 PSI in all the tires and another guy told me 65 PSI. What are you guys's thoughts on how much it should be at?
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Do max psi of tires for heavy haul
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ok thanks. I currently have them at 80 PSI so that'll be good.
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Whats this egr delete i hear yall talking about?
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Deleting the exhaust gas recirculation. You stop the hot, sooty air from being recirculated through your engine.
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