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I searched and couldnt find an answer.

Does anyone know the maximum PSI rating for a stock wheel 20" wheel on a 2013 Tundra?

Not the tire maximum but the maximum PSI for the rim itself. It is usually displayed on the inside of the wheel.

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And does anyone know the max PSI for the OEM TPMS valve stem on this wheel?
 

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Does anyone have the right answer to this? I'm planning to buy a set of affordable aftermarket tires and rims from 4WheelOnline and I'm still trying to know more about PSIs before making the purchase.
 

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The wheels should be rated in maximum load per wheel. I have to assume this is what you are referring to, correct?

You will pass the maximum air pressure for any tire before you pass the max air pressure a wheel can handle, so if you actually mean psi, it is sort of irrelevant.

However, wheel load limit is relevant, as some cheaper wheels have a lower load limit.

My aftermarket summer set-up wheels are rated at 2500lbs per wheel. That is more than the truck is capable of as far as load capacity, considering axle load limit is appx 4100 lbs.
 
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