First off I finally got them!!!! I'm pretty darn excited I love them but I do get the feeling I won't get as many miles out of them as my stt's so with that said what are you guys with 31s runnin psi wise? I'm at 32 and I think they need to lose a few more pounds
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I would guess around 28, that pressure sounds familiar (although I haven't ran 31's). 33lbs is the stock rating i believe, the larger the tire the less pressure needed. The best way to check is doing a chalk test. (Google it)
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Originally Posted by speedbucket
perfect depends on how far away you are when you look at it:D
Originally Posted by Millermagic
It's a 4.0 ... as long as there's something in the crank case that isn't coolant I'm sure it will still run forever.
I run 28 PSI in my 32x11.50's with a perfectly flat footprint. The chalk test will get you where you need to be. It is a little work but will make the most of your tires. My 32" mudders have around 40,000 on them and still have about 6/32" left on them.
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