What tire pressure are you running your Proxes 4 tires with stock wheels?
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    What tire pressure are you running your Proxes 4 tires with stock wheels?

    What tire pressure are you running your Proxes 4 tires with stock wheels?

    I tried asking this a different way earlier. I don't mean to repeat myself. I just wanted to hear what the best tire pressure is front and back with our cars.
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    What does it say on the sidewall?
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    The sidewall will typically only list maximum cold inflation pressure. The tire manufacturer can't know what vehicle every tire will be mounted on and cars come in all weights and performance abilities.

    Your best bet is to inflate the tires to the manufacturer's specs listed on the driver side door jamb and adjust from there to suit your needs.
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    In the summer I run 40psi in the front, and 37psi in the rear tires with proxes4 on stock rims. This pressure is pretty good for aggressive daily driving on twisty roads. For the winter I lower the pressures to 35 front, and 32 rear. Anywhere in between these ranges is pretty good.

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    Why do you lower the pressure in the winter?
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