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05 ctt.

Have Michelin latitude sport tires on now. Does anyone on here have these and can recommend proper inflation pressure? I know manufacturer of car provides a sticker for pressure, but that doesn't mean it is correct. They usually give pressures that are still good for fully loaded cars (to be safe).

So if you can give some recommendations for front and rear, it would be great. So far I have been running 38 in front and 41 in rear.

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I saw the sticker but have always known that most cars display pressures not necessarily for the sake of driveability but for the sake of lawsuit prevention. For that reason many use overinflated values.

Is that the case with the cayenne too?

Or can I be safe with the pressures they list on the door? They do have 2 values shown (one partial load, and another full load). For my tire size (275/45/19), is shows F:38PSI, R: 42PSI - all for partial load.

Should these be trusted?

Thanks.

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