Originally Posted by Black Hills TJ
25 psi won't do you any good. Waste of time. I air back up to 25 psi when I get off the trail, and hit 32psi when I get home. If you are going to air down...13 psi is the most I would leave in there.
Yup... 25-26 is what I run on the street. Jeeps don't weigh the same as full size vehicles.
Like I said before... 'back in the day', when I had a set of the old armstrong maxi-tracs bias ply, I'd air them down to 5-6 psi and go where ever I wanted. Of course having a 350 small block did'nt hurt, either.
If the OP has stock tires, then IMHO, 12-15 would be good. Can always go lower. A small shovel is a good idea to have, along with a decent air pump. Cosco has a nice little portable that works pretty well and its only around 50 bucks. Can't beat that.
I did a test on my 35's. From 12 psi back up to 25psi, took less than 3 min. Not bad for a cheapy.
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