If running around town with nothing in the truck bed, check your manual to see if one can lower the rear tire pressure to 45 psi. The ride is much improved.
I have found running 80 psi towing makes the truck a little less susceptible to 'wandering'.
I rotate tires front to back every 5,000 miles. You have to reset the TPMS if you are running the recommended 60 front and 70 rear psi numbers or you will get error codes.
Note that when at high elevations (like over 5,000 feet), to satisfy the TPMS error codes you may find your have to add 4 psi to the tires. My experience on the Goldwing TPMS was adding 5 psi. Still remembering to not over inflate the sidewall maximum pressure.
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