If that is what BFG is saying for that tire, I would (or only a smidge less). That's for general street use and roads in decent shape. The only reason I back off on the max a little is because some roads I take are a little rough (potholes).I'm a bit confused. Are you suggesting that the OP should keep his tires @ 65 PSI?
I have had BFG ATs in the past, and I wondered about the same thing at that time. In the end, I always kept my tires PSI between 33 to 35. The tires appeared to have the best contact to the ground in that range. I basically observed, and determined proper PSI for them...just as shown in the diagram in the middle of this page. http://auto.howstuffworks.com/self-inflating-tire.htmVenezuelanPath wrote:Hello people,
I got my BF's 2k ago, I got the BFG All Terrain 265/75 R16 KO.
So well the tires say to put 65psi, but the car says 35psi. I took the question to 3 tire places and to 2 different Nissan Dealers, and well nobody said the same thing. Every place had their own opinion.
I want to know how the owners should maintain this tires for a long time?