|01-15-2013 07:34 PM|
|01-15-2013 07:21 PM|
|DBoat||I run whatever is in them. Haven't checked them for a few months.|
|01-15-2013 05:23 PM|
I run 25 psi on A/T's for road.
I think the mud terrains can do less??
|01-15-2013 04:12 PM|
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|01-15-2013 01:38 PM|
|RedRubicon||Different tires require different pressures. My tires are 33x13.50 Toyo MT which is a very stiff tire. I run 20 on the street 10 off-road and 2 in snow and sand. I have never lost a bead at those pressures and have very even wear across the tread. I have 30,000 miles on them with 1/2 tread remaning so these pressures work for me.|
|01-15-2013 01:32 PM|
|01-15-2013 12:26 PM|
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|01-15-2013 12:00 PM|
And I run with no trac bars or sway bar.
|01-15-2013 11:06 AM|
|01-15-2013 10:52 AM|
'05 LJ 33x10.50 MTs on 7" wheels
I run 25 - 27 on road, depending on load, and 12 offroad.
|01-15-2013 08:21 AM|
|97flexy||on my 33x10.5s I ran 30psi for on road and 10psi front with 8psi rear for Offroad. that was with out beadlocks|
|01-15-2013 03:01 AM|
It's pointless for everyone to through out a PSI number hey run. Ever Jeep and tire combo is different. The I my way to determine what PSI YOU should run is to do the chalk test.
Your PSI is determined by your tire, the load range, air temp, how heavy your Jeep is, and what surface you're driving on to name a few factors.
|01-15-2013 02:09 AM|
32x11.5 cooper stt:
snow: 9 PSI
dry trails 22 PSI
road: 27 PSI
|01-15-2013 12:37 AM|
Snow: 8-10 psi
Wet/Mud: 11 psi
General Offroad: 12 psi max
Street: 28 psi
|01-15-2013 12:11 AM|
|DevilDogDoc||29 on and 15 off. And NewYJ 21 lbs really? I would think it would handle like ass with that low a psi....|
|01-14-2013 11:57 PM|
|NC Bear||15 off and 28 on|
|01-14-2013 10:59 PM|
|BLK00TJ||26-28 road, 12 offroad. 34 is WAY to high for a 33 and it probably rides like wagon wheels.|
|01-14-2013 10:43 PM|
33/12.5/15 BFG A/T I run at 21 psi on highway and roads, drop to 12 or so off road.
I have done trail rides, muddy sections and climbed sandy hills at the 21 psi as well.
Different conditions may benefit from different tire pressures.
|01-14-2013 10:42 PM|
|thedaringmove||32 on road and 12 offroad|
|01-14-2013 10:32 PM|
|wranglermatt4527||I run 28psi onroad and 14psi off road. 33x12.5x15 Falken Rocky Mountain ATS|
|01-14-2013 10:25 PM|
|408jeeper||what would you guys reccomend for 285x75x16 bfg km2's on my tj?|
|01-14-2013 10:23 PM|
|Coljag||I run 26psi in my 33" Dueler M/T's on the highway and 12psi off road (maybe a little less if really slippery).|
|01-14-2013 10:22 PM|
|InvertChaos||I run 13psi off road and 29psi on road|
|01-14-2013 10:18 PM|
|micah360||I run 27psi in my 33" Duratracs.|
|01-14-2013 10:18 PM|
|97GreenGiant||I use 25 on my 35's|
|01-14-2013 10:17 PM|
best psi for off roading. and normal driving for 33s
I have 33"s and keep them at 34psi. Idk if its that's the right psi for my wrangler.. and I noticed that I only see wear or the part of the tire that's touching the asphalt is in the middle and not all around.. so I think I might have too much psi since its wearing around the center of the tire.. so what psi you use on your 33's! Off road and normal driving!