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Old 01-21-2011, 08:21 PM
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I run 5psi sometimes go down to where the gauge doesn't read on the back tires. Toyota 4runner, 15x10 aluminum wheels with 35x12.50 Kumho MT's on the rear and 35x12.50 MTRs on the front. Never lost a bead, works great and rides nice and soft, Puts a big wrinkle in the tires for sure and it hella sketchy driving home almost driving on the rims
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That was fucken cool, would love to do that
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Here's them getting ready to go to Alaska
http://www.history.com/shows/top-gea...ds-go-shopping

And some more cool ones
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I run 5psi sometimes go down to where the gauge doesn't read on the back tires. Toyota 4runner, 15x10 aluminum wheels with 35x12.50 Kumho MT's on the rear and 35x12.50 MTRs on the front. Never lost a bead, works great and rides nice and soft, Puts a big wrinkle in the tires for sure and it hella sketchy driving home almost driving on the rims
with bigger tires like yours you have the ability to do those kinda things, i have 28 inch tires and dont have the same ability to run at a low psi higher risk of rolling the tire off the rim, all my buddies with 35 inch tires all run at 5-15 psi when we wheel im currently in the process of a body lift on my blazer to go along with 31 inch tires that should help me out a little bit in the bush

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Yeah, for sure. I was out today, aired down to 5psi or less and had to pull out a fullsize chevy on 40" boggers outta 2 feet of snow with a blown front end. Little toyota with open diffs and flat tires pulled him out no problem with a few yanks. Its all about airing down in the snow.
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i agree thats why I didnt bother to buy winter tires, just air down my tires which worked, all else fails I winch my self home at 80 feet a pull i recently bought a yellow top battery, cause my winch killed my old battery whenever i tried to use it, my engine would stall even when i was giving it a little bit of gas, with the new battery, I dont even have to be in my blazer with the gas on, the battery owns the winch
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