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I went out wheeling tonight except my cousin has those pictures and I don't have them yet. When I get them I'll post up a new thread. I do have some flex pics too that I'll post up. I'm happy with the BFGs. Next will probably be the MTR/K.

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I'm uploading them now. There are a ton.
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I was aired down to 18psi due to some fast 40mph driving on dirt roads and a lot of traveling.
wait.... 18 pounds in the tires is airing down?!!
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Looks like fun and the truck looks good
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awsome pics, truck is bad ***
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wait.... 18 pounds in the tires is airing down?!!
haha
That's what I was saying. I have driven home from wheeling with less than 18psi and no sway bars at 60mph on windy mountain highways.
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I guess I'm not as hardcore as you guys. I'm still in training.
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I guess I'm not as hardcore as you guys. I'm still in training.
locked front and rear seems hardcore enough to me....
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lol
It doesn't look like you needed to air down much out there anyway, I was just giving you a hard time.
I use to only air down to 15-18 psi if I was going to be driving home without airing up. It didn't have a huge affect but it softened up the ride a little and helped the tires conform a bit too.
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