Yes, the tires say 35, but Honda says 32. Personally, I run 35 for the better fuel mileage, but what the tire says doesn't have anything to do with it. You can buy replacement tires that say 40, but that doesn't mean you should run it that high.The tires actually state 35psi... At 32psi, I find the ride to smooshy... I have run 34psi (cold tire pressure) since the first week of purchase.
I'll go with the Swampler. I'm sure they factor in pressure increases from driving but if you exceed the combination of max load and tire pressure you are most likely SOL (i.e. sorry... outa luck ).Now, I wouldn't go over 35 psi with the stock tires as you're then running over the maximum safe pressure as determined by Michelin, which could cause a blowout as the tire pressure will increase with heat from driving.
have done the same since replacing the OE Michelins with Goodyear Fortera TripleTred rubber, can't comment on increased mileage as made the swap (at around 3,000 miles) when the truck was still breaking in . . . can certainly agree with others here that 34-35 seems to produce a slightly more responsive, less "mushy" ride and handling and it would make sense that it would serve to improve fuel economy (albeit very slightly)The tires actually state 35psi... At 32psi, I find the ride to smooshy... I have run 34psi (cold tire pressure) since the first week of purchase.