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What tire pressure do you air down to for general trail use. How about for rock crawling and for sand ?? thanks
 

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It's a case by case thing. Usually I'm around 16-17, but sometimes I keep it up as high as 20 or as low as 13. As my tires have become more worn I'm tending to stay with the higher pressures.
 

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TINCUP AL said:
What tire pressure do you air down to for general trail use. How about for rock crawling and for sand ?? thanks
general trail about 15
sand about 13
lots of mud, about 17

it depends though. heavy trucks, tires you run/rims, etc. should all be taken into consideration.
 

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15 for sand / mud, haven't had it on a trail yet
 

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Shadofax said:
general trail about 15
sand about 13
lots of mud, about 17

it depends though. heavy trucks, tires you run/rims, etc. should all be taken into consideration.
Thats a good rule of thumb to start with:thumbup
 

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on the 82 with the swamper sx's anytime we are offroad it goes to 5 psi. the jeepster has radial m/ts on it and they go to 7psi. so far......ive never had any problem, it makes for a lot smoother ride at lower tire psi but could get a bead alot quicker.
 

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I run them down to 12 or 10 for the sand.
 

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Everyday use They are between 18 and 21.
We don't air down on normal trail use..
If we're going to the good mudpits I'll sink em down between 6 and 8.
Don't go in sand.
Prolly bring em down to 6 or 8 for rocks..

Good thing about the boggers.. They dig so well you don't have to air them down unless you're getting into some hairy stuff.
 
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