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There are a couple of good paragraphs that discuss street-tire pressure, near in the middle of the article.
It appears that the proper air pressure in tires depends in part on the weight of the vehicle and the tire manufacturer's specifications for the tire
Nissan has "recommended pressures" because they know the vehicle weight and which tire brands they put on the trucks at the factory.
If you ever install a different brand or size of tire, you might need to change the pressure accordingly.
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