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Old 10-10-2014, 11:52 AM   #31
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PSI is not the primary issue with your rims. Load capacity is the issue. The rim is designed to be aired to whatever value is required to get to its maximum load capacity. Rims are not required to have any load or pressure values printed on them. Some manufacturers print one or both values. Such rims are normally earmarked for the OEM market. The SAE certifies rims. The DOT only require that rims be marked with a manufacturer identification and model/part number. Those responsible for OEM assemblies MUST insure that marrying of the tire and rim will meet the minimum requirements for end item fitment. The first best place to get rim information is from their manufacturer (not the retailer).


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