i have sport king all terrains, 33/12.50/15?

Liky says:

the tires up front when it moves start to seem flat, i think they are way to low on air. they do not indicate the psi on the side. can someone tell me the correct psi? they have 20 psi up front and they seem very hard, but you guys tell me.

Paul says: The Hardness you feel is the Construction of the tire. Yes they are extremely low and yes the (Max. Psi) is on the Tire. I use the Same tires on my Tuck and they say I should run 31 Psi. (Which is...

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