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Unread 08-24-2008, 07:22 PM   #1
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tire pressure for BFG KM2s 35's 2D

so what has everyone with the 35 KM2's on the 2drs been running.. im prob running to low.. i keep it at 32... and 25 for offroading...

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I've got a 4-dr, but I run 30 psi empty on the road and 15 psi on the trail.
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I've got a 4-dr, but I run 30 psi empty on the road and 15 psi on the trail.
Exactly the same for me- 4dr running 30 on road, 15 on the trails. When I first bought them the shop had them at 37psi, and it road rough as hell. At 30psi they are soft enough to absorb alot of the road bumps.
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so what has everyone with the 35 KM2's on the 2drs been running.. im prob running to low.. i keep it at 32... and 25 for offroading...
32 is fine on the road (I also run 30) but 25 offroad really isn't doing you much good. Somewhere in the 10-15 range would be a lot more effective.
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I've been running at 35 psi but plan to "experiment" with lower pressure.
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i dont know if 10 - 15 would be ok on the stock rubi rim... i might try 20 next time.
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so what has everyone with the 35 KM2's on the 2drs been running.. im prob running to low.. i keep it at 32... and 25 for offroading...
I have a 4dr and run 28 on the highway and 15 off road (when I air down - oft times I don't depending on the terrain).
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