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10-09-2011 04:03 PM
KidRock171 12-15 is most common
10-08-2011 12:24 PM
Rogerg I run mine at 22 psi and its just right for the type of wheeling i do.KM2 like you say is softer than MTR or Toyo so i doesnt need to be aired down as low.
10-07-2011 10:17 AM
Silverton34
BFG KM2 Offroad PSI

I used to have Toyo M/Ts on my JK Rubicon and ran them down to 9 psi offroad. Now I have BFG KM2s on a JKRubicon Unlimited and at 9 they are flat, much softer sidewalls. I have tried 17 and they are just ok.

I know thousands of you run 35 inch KM2s on Unlimiteds, what offroad pressures do you run? I would like to find a pressure that would allow me to get back to town (5 miles) without airing up if possible and be a smooth ride for my back.

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