Originally Posted by Buzz102
Thanks for all the replies. I did find those labels by the driver's seat and it says "82" so I'm starting out like that. The tires are Goodyears. We're heading out for Florida so I'll be seeing how smooth 82 is and going up to 90. We're just 2 people and tanks are empty except gas tanks. Thanks again!
Watch your tire wear and if you star seeing a little more wear on the outside edges of the tread, increase it to 85 for a better tread contact patch. Always check the manufacturers recommendations on the sidewall of the tire and do not exceed their pressures. The labels by your seat are based on "Engineering Judgment"
and are based on ride and not on tire wear/manufacturers recommendations. Just ask the Ford Explorer engineers who recommended too low of a pressure which caused a lot of blowouts and deaths due to under-inflated tires.