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Old 12-06-2017, 07:15 AM
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Put them on and do a little burnout and make sure they’re not cupping in middle(as in one tire leaves parallels from the sidewalls) If it does add air pressure. Go to drag strip and leave hard enough to barely spin. Check for cupping again.

And unless your truck doesn’t transfer weight worth a crap, do not run more air in front tires
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