265 vs 285 No Lift

Discussion in 'Exterior' started by TARDIS, Aug 10, 2018.

How many PSI for highway 285-75-16

  1. 36.5 or <

  2. 37-40

  3. 40-48

  4. 48 or >

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  1. TARDIS

    TARDIS Member Supporting Member

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    285-75-16 A/Ts
    arrived today.

    Replacing
    P265-75-16


    No lift
    No key turns

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  2. TARDIS

    TARDIS Member Supporting Member

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    Before
    P265

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    After
    AT285
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    TARDIS Member Supporting Member

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    I'll be posting a video soon about the tires I took off and the tires installed today.
     
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    Blaine Smith TYF Newbie

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    Looks great! I’m wanting to do some similar tires. What brand/ tire did you go with?
     
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    Radar Renegade AT5
    285-75-16

    Set at 38psi


    After One Day and 80 miles, I found the set to be:
    Quiet (for an A/T or aggressive HT)
    Comfortable on the road

    And overall my 2 door Yukon feels like a more confident and planted ride on dry road.

    I am still breaking them in, and will do a short video soon.

    They look great on the truck, and clear the fenders without rubbing at full turn.

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    Looks really nice
     
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    Your speedometer is more off now isn't it.I have 265/16 on mine right now and I don't like that speedometer is off.on highway speedo has 65 but feels like 55 mph
     
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    The speedometer is incredibly close to accurate MPH.




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    This chart shows you the difference in OEM (265/75/16) and my current tire set up.

    At most I am only 3 MPH over at 70mph.


    Luckilly, I also run a digital screen from my OBD2 that gives an exact MPH by callibrating the size of the tires. BB73E2CC-1A92-4E2D-9F0B-1BC46D4560D5.jpeg
     
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    HiHoeSilver Away!

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    What pressure do the sidewalls list as the max?
     
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    3750lbs Max at 80psi

    10 ply, E

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    I'm currently running them at 38psi, until I can do a real chalk test.

    Sidenote: They feel great, with minimal road noise.
     

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