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Old 11-10-2010, 11:39 AM
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BFG km2 PSI

Just picked up a set of km2's 32x11.5x15

What PSI do these run best at on the road? Thanks!

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Do the chalk test on the tread and set your pressure based on that.. line across the tread adjust psi until all chalk is worn off.

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Put a line of chalk width wise across the tread? Never heard that one before but makes sense.
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Chalking the tires will get you the best results. I'd guess you'll wind up around 28-30 psi when you're done. My 33 10.5 KM2's like 29.5.

Chalking - Draw a fat 1" line across all 4 tire treads. Drive straight forward approx 50 feet, do not turn. Stop and look at the chalk line. Gone in the middle and chalk on the outside = over inflated. Chalk in the middle but none on the outside = under inflated. Hairs breath more on the outside than the middle is good since the tires tend to tuck a bit when you're cornering.
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awesome thank you!
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