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    Nitto trail grappler 35/12.50/17

    Hello,
    i am replacing my KM2 Mud Terrains on Friday. What pressure do you air down to in these tires? I have Method Wheels non bead lock. I ran the KM2 at 13psi.

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    There is no magic number. Air down to whatever you feel comfortable with.


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    Quote Originally Posted by FUGEDABOUTIT View Post
    Hello,
    i am replacing my KM2 Mud Terrains on Friday. What pressure do you air down to in these tires? I have Method Wheels non bead lock. I ran the KM2 at 13psi.

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    Chris
    I used to run my old KM2s at anywhere from 10-15 depending on the trail on non beadlocks, never had an issue but 10 made me nervous (probably just paranoid) 37x12.5 on 9" wide wheels. I haven't dropped my current set of Cooper's under 12 as of yet

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    I run mine 13-15 trail, 30-31 street. Probably 8-10 when I go to the Sand Dunes. (With Beadlocks)

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailHunter View Post
    I run mine 13-15 trail, 30-31 street. Probably 8-10 when I go to the Sand Dunes. (With Beadlocks)
    Thanks for the info. going to start at 12 and see how it is.

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