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It sounds like you will have to do a little trial and error. You could chalk the tires to see if they are rolling over (works really well for the fronts). As far as the rear, keep lowering the pressure until you start to feel a really good bite on hard acceleration. Your pressures seem safe, but you may want to bump the rears down a few PSI till you get optimal grip on acceleration.

Or you can wait 5,000 miles and see if you wear out the inside or outside tread first...
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