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Ok so I know that not many people on this forum are running the M16 tire but I have a set of 37x13.5r20s
When I am going faster than 80 mph I start to get vibration in the cab from the nubby tread, then it will go away once I hit 90-95 mph. I have played around with tire pressure 32psi-42psi and have no significant difference.
I am just curious to see if anyone who is running interco tires experiences this, and what kind of tire pressure you find works best.. Thanks in advance


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I dunno if your trying to be sarcastic but I want some educated, honest advice so please no bullshit [MENTION=30713]Ravine[/MENTION]


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He is right. Your tires are not speed rated. In addition to them being an aggressive tread. They are not designed to be run at high speeds smooth or safely for that matter.
 

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Sounds more like a driveshaft angles or tire balance issue. Your tires will not blow up at 90, as you already know.
 

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Ok I got you [MENTION=6102]Graystone[/MENTION], I just wondered if anyone has found a sweet spot to them, but obviously no one has actual experience with interco tires here anyone with these tires IDE love for them to chime in [MENTION=2036]DirtyBlackHD[/MENTION] it is neither of the 2 you can tell the tires vibrate the cab on all 4 corners


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Only thing I have noticed is when I was running them at lower psi around 30 it was significantly less, but I dunno how low is safe to run on street


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Ok I got you [MENTION=6102]Graystone[/MENTION], I just wondered if anyone has found a sweet spot to them, but obviously no one has actual experience with interco tires here anyone with these tires IDE love for them to chime in [MENTION=2036]DirtyBlackHD[/MENTION] it is neither of the 2 you can tell the tires vibrate the cab on all 4 corners


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So glad you know everyone's past that has posted on here.
 

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Seems like you don't know shit [MENTION=6102]Graystone[/MENTION] I can tell by your douchy response so please just find your way out this forum


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Seems like you don't know shit [MENTION=6102]Graystone[/MENTION] I can tell by your douchy response so please just find your way out this forum


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He knows his shit, hell, he can ID any scat found in the forest!
 

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lol what a tool. What possible reason would you have to be doing 90+ with 37s and 20s, especially with mud tires? You sir are going to seriously injure yourself and or others.
 

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Trucks are made to perform, and me I like to have a big rig that goes fast and versatile on and offroad that looks good too.


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Trucks are made to perform, and me I like to have a big rig that goes fast and versatile on and offroad that looks good too.


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Yes trucks are meant to perform but fast and big rig don't mix with mud tires especially on the pavement



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Damn not one unbiased helpful response...just a bunch of naysayers and douchebags


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[MENTION=26056]Stylin_Chevy[/MENTION] i understand your point
But back to the original question at hand..what kind of tire pressure should be run on this kind of tire for maximum performance on pavement


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Look your best bet is start around the max and drive it and see how it feels and move it down until you get what you are looking for.


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What is safe about a truck doing 80+ with 37s? Where did you have your 37s road force balanced? I told you facts. You are the one that does not want to believe them.

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Well, now. First, I've been running interco tires for the past 14 years continuously. I actually run their offroad tires(bogger,tsl,irok,ltb,etc), not their candy ass bullet-sidewall turd tires that seem to fit you perfectly.
I was actually trying to help as others, but you are a real dirtbag. So, have fun crying about your bitch tires.
 
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