@Roky your exactly rightWow....this thread really blew up, I’m confused now, as to what the argument actually is. All I know is my rig rides and drives the best at 32-33 psi. So in order to achieve this I set my pressure in the morning when tires are cold to 30 psi. I have my tpms set at 26 with tazer so I don’t get any alerts. This is what “ I DO” RIGHT OR WRONG I DONT CARE, this is how I assure that I’m not driving around on pressure higher than what I want it to be. I understand that it’s going to fluctuate, but at least I’ll be around my desired psi....
Concept is actually simple
They are trying to confuse the issue now
If you SET your psi to desired driving psi when the tire is cold....your desired psi will increase above what you want once you start driving and the tires warm up. Sometimes by 4-5 psi.
Which is what I've been saying this entire time.
Dont take my word for it, test for yourself in real world.
If you want your tires at i.e. 35psi...you dont set your tires to this number when they are cold because once you start driving that number will increase to 38/39.
Set YOUR desired target psi after driving for about 20-30mins...
EVERYONE, dont take my word for it, test for yourself today
...some of the folks here are a bunch of google heros who dont have a clue