The correct tire pressure for a truck is recorded in the owner's manual, on the tire placard or the inflation tables. To avoid truck complications caused by incorrect tire pressure, the truck owner should refer to these sources before inflating the truck tires.
The truck owner's manual contains the information regarding the recommended air pressure for the truck tires. A tire placard, usually located on the truck's door, glove box door, fuel door or doorpost, indicates the highest vehicle load and the recommended cold tire pressure and size. The tire manufacturer's inflation tables contain the correct tire pressure range depending on the stock size.