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Just got 245/65R17 put on 17” wheels. The installer said I could still use the PSI from the sticker, but would love to know what you all run when you are around town.
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We're running 235's and sticking with the recommended tire pressure for everyday driving. If we're going on a long trip I'll add 2 lbs.
 

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I run 245/65R17 BFG KO2’s and run 40psi on road and air down for off-roading
 

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After spending the day yesterday on these forums, I'm going to go with the MR118 and the Geolander G015 in 245/R65/17. Sounds like they'll fit since everyone and their mother has that. hah
 

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I have 225/R65/17 KO2's on stock wheels and stock TPMS on my 2012 Outback.
Around town and short trips I run 30 psi.
On long trips I run 40 psi which is the max that will not alarm the TPMS.
So far I am getting good and even tire wear. I rotate every 7000 miles or so when I do an oil change.
 

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I have 225/R65/17 KO2's on stock wheels and stock TPMS on my 2012 Outback.
Around town and short trips I run 30 psi.
On long trips I run 40 psi which is the max that will not alarm the TPMS.
So far I am getting good and even tire wear. I rotate every 7000 miles or so when I do an oil change.
Where can I get these? I was about to go down to 16 inch tires
 
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