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I tend to disagree with that technique
44 psi max for the tire to run safely.
The recommended pressure listed by Toyota may be a little low, but it ensures rather even wear on the tires with the car loaded in a "normal" way and the tires being regularly rotated
You can put the same tires on a Ford F150 and the ideal pressure will completely change because the truck may weigh more and the alignment is different.
My point is, 44 psi is just a max rating. You ought to stick close to recommended for YOUR CAR to get even wear. If you never rotate your tires, they will wear unevenly at any pressure, especially when our cars have crazy negative camber on the back
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