Originally Posted by Bobplouhar0@gmail.com
Cummins thanks for the Dually tire pressure input my ram had20,000 miles on it when I bought it the front tires had cupping on outside tires so I did invert them like you said the cupping was to bad to salvage so I put new on front pulls down the road beautiful now I will rotate like you said in future for now I am running 65 psi in rear fully loaded and 70 in front I did have a 2016 f-250 3/4 ton this Ram 3500 long box handles my 16,000 pound rig beautiful the Dually is all the difference what brand tires on my truck would you recommend for me in the future thanks again
If your truck is 2wd 70 front is fine but if 4x then you need to run 80psi all the time. When solo I drop my rears to 30psi. Be sure to get the front aligned to 1/64" toe or you are just wasting your front tires.
Depending on your actual rear axle weight 65psi may be too much. that psi is for full RAWR of 9,750#. Use weight/inflation chart and add 5psi to the rears.
I like Michelins for my truck. 45k even tread wear on all six and lots of tread left at 45k.