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4x2 #996742 05/12/10 11:13 PM
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robby Offline OP
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I have a 4x2 tacoma if im going to do some light off roading is it better to deflate my tires and to how much PSI or is it better to leave it full.thanx in advance

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Re: 4x2 [Re: robby] #996743 05/13/10 03:37 AM
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On sand yes. Leave about 10 psi in there so you don't break your bead on your tires. Make sure you have an air compressor that WORKS, jack with pad base, and a tow strap in any case. And do NOT put yourself in a bad situation (like being double axled and the tide coming in). Good sense is a great tool.

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Re: 4x2 [Re: kewlynx] #996744 05/13/10 09:30 AM
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robby Offline OP
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what does dont break ur bead mean and what about dirt and loose rock deflate tires or not thnx

Re: 4x2 [Re: robby] #996745 05/13/10 04:59 PM
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Air pressure keeps the bead of the tire seated against the rim of the wheel. Less pressure = less force keeping it seated. So, you must keep your speed reasonable!

Lower pressure will also help traction in dirt and loose rocks.


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