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I've got a new 2017 and I just checked my tire pressure.

The sticker says it should be 55 PSI Front and 45 PSI Rear.

Tire pressure from the dealer is Front 55-53. Rear 60-57.

*** Edit the readings are when the tires are cold.
 

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Mine was 40 in the front and 50 in the back. My TPMS light was on.

So I did them myself. Dealers just don't care !

55 front and 45 back is correct
 

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55-45 is correct. Always go by the door when running OEM tire size/specs.
 

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At least tire pressure is something you can fix yourself. Some dealerships just don't care enough to check these things.
But the drywall dust in the bed is something else...
 

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This is an old post but I just picked up a 2019 rebel... tire pressure sensor says 64 front/rear... drove it 300 miles home and thought it felt a bit stiff. I have a digital gauge and it reads at 58 all tires.... i dropped everything to the 55/45 according to my gauge, but on starting the ram, dash still shows 63 all tires....do you have to reset pressure, or drive it to update the reading?
 
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