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Need help with PSI

Hey there guys! I recently bought a 97 TJ to use as a fun car. It came with 35x12.5 Super Swamper Bogger LTB on Kore beadlocks. I am wondering what PSI I should run on the street and on the trails.

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post #2 of 4 Old 08-13-2019, 05:17 PM
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Can't vouch for the swamper brand, but I suspect most around here would say 28 - 32 psi Or less.

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23-30 psi on pavement, and since they are beadlocks you proably can run single digit pressures on the 4x4 trails.

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those tire are not really made for street as well, bias ply. more a off road tire then a MT. On the street they are not real good to low tend to get hotter then a radial. read about it Iterco.

most people i run with with beads are sub 5 psi. I run 8-10 max no bead locks on 37x12.5x17s , street on a JKR that weighs at least 4500 pounds dry. no more 27 psi street. But they are radials too.

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