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BFgoodrich drag radials air press??

i have some 275/60/15 bfg drag radials, what air presser would be best, and should they be balanced???

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I hear that 22 lbs works well. Why would you NOT balance them?
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14psi (when drag racing) yes they should be balanced.

Raise the air pressure back up when driving on the street.

When you install them be sure to install clean and dry on clean dry rims.

No soap, grease, or lube on the beads.

On install set the tire pressure to 30psi for first 24 hours to seat the beads.
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