|04-19-2010 10:14 PM|
For your tire size, set them to 12 to 14 and go.
Only need to risk (risk = popping a bead) if you need more tire flex for traction. From your description, you are mostly airing down for ride comfort anyway.
|04-19-2010 10:09 PM|
I run the following- 25-28 psi depending on the day out on the street-
8psi every time it sees trails will be going to zero here soon
|04-19-2010 09:55 PM|
I run the following pressures:
|04-19-2010 06:49 PM|
|ExDementia||Hell I run my tires at like 15 alot of the time, I go lower if I need more bite but its surprising how grippy BFG A/T's are|
|04-18-2010 12:56 PM|
|ryt2112||Yep, you should be just fine at 10-12psi. Grippy too!|
|04-18-2010 12:45 PM|
|DANIMAL||Thanks, Now I know where to set my deflators at.|
|04-18-2010 12:32 PM|
|jdhallissey||Run your tires round 10-12 psi. They will be fine there. I run my tires at 8 tho.|
|04-18-2010 12:23 PM|
School me on deflators please
I just purchased a set of Trailhead tire deflators. I ran my last Jeep off-road at full hwy pressure. ( only took it off road twice) I decided to get some tire deflators for all future runs. I now have an 07 Unlimited Rubicon with stock suspension and stock tires (255/75r17) BFG Mud Terrains.
The question I have is what would be the recommeded (by you guys) tire pressure for off roading. Conditions on the trails vary: mud, gravel, rocks. Nothing severe but all fun.
I have a deflation guide that came with the deflators, but it does not have my tire size on it. the closest is 285/70r17. The guide shows that tire size with a gvw of 4000 to be 12 psi and 5000 to be 14 psi. Is this a good setting for my Jeep with the tires I am running?
Yes, I did do a search, but could not find what I was looking for.