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    Caught the Bug JeepNfish20's Avatar
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    airing down 35s?

    I have 35x12.50R17lt bf goodrich km2 mud terrains on Mamba M4 simulated beadlocks (non functional).I was wondering what I should air down to for offroading. Regular driving I keep them at 28 and was wondering how low I can go with no issues?
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    I've heard of guys going down to 10psi on non-beadlocks but I probably wouldn't. If you look at the benefits, you get most of them buy going down to 20psi, not a lot after that till you start getting below ~12psi. I'd go down to 20psi and call it good.

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    I air down to 15 and haven't had an issue.

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    Nothing but a Thing Overland_stormtrooper's Avatar
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    i'm running 35x12.5 x20 and go down to 18 haven't had any issue yet .. also on a non beadlock like yourself ..

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    Knows a Thing or Two Journeyman's Avatar
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    Airing down to only 20 psi your not going to see much benefit. I take my 35's down 12 on a regular basis and no issues. Even 10 sometimes, it just depends on what I'm doing. Obviously at lower pressures I try to not lean on the side walls to much.


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    I've aired my 37's with no beadlocks to 15psi and had no problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NV JK Steve View Post
    I've aired my 37's with no beadlocks to 15psi and had no problems.

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    This is exactly what I do wth my 37s and non beadlocks.


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    On standard rubicon wheels I go to 12psi on the front and 10 psi on the rear.


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    15psi seems to be the magic number. Thats what Ive done with 315's and stock Rubi wheels. No issues

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    12-15psi on my 35" mud grapplers on stock rubicon wheels. No issues here. IMG_1476048433.512902.jpg
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