Originally Posted by Redneckstone
Matthew you really need to stay away from tire pressure threads..
some you state 30-35 then 30-33 then read the door label or this crap...
Well lets consider a couple things:
Some Rangers say 30, some say 32 and some say 35 depending on the year (not tire size).
Most tire pressure gauges have an inconsistency of 5-10% (1.5 to 3 PSI at 30 PSI)
Tire pressure drops 1 PSI for every 10*
Your tires loose around pound of air every month on their own.
So unless you want to spend hundreds on a very accurate pressure gauge, and keep your truck in a climate controlled box, you will never get exactly 30 PSI. Therefore you get an inaccuracy. Take the PSI on the sticker and give or take a couple PSI. For about 90% of Rangers 30-35 PSI is in the ball park where you need to be. Hmmm this seems like something I learned in my Michelin training. What kind of training do you have again?
As for the BFG's if you understood how LRD and LRE tires are built you would understand why you would do that. Its not something that is directly in the manual but if you put the facts together you would understand. Unfortunately you don't comprehend nor do you want to comprehend. Instead you would rather sit on your high uneducated horse and talk down to people. I feel bad for you that your inexperience and ignorance have gotten to your head. Because of people like you I have stopped saying that on this forum.
As for the dunes I will be somewhere around 10-12. Getting stuck will greatly out way possibly damaging my tires and having a blow out.