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It helps out tremendeously to air down. Ride quality, traction, and less punctured tires to name a few benefits. For a year or so I was using a portable Harbor Freight compressor which was a knock off of a Viair Portable. It was slowly dieing so I decided to drop some coin and got an actual Viair compressor and it kicks butt and airs up my 35's fast!!
hm.... tempting. i know once snow season comes around imma have to...are you running the viair AND a tank? or just the compressor.
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I'm running just the compressor.....the 400P
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interesting...
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i wont wheel with out airing down. I have deflaters that i use. They are so simple.

I got this below for my b day like 2-3 years ago.

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Was that trail the back way up to Crown King from Lake Pleasant?
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Yes it is!!
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This look pretty awesome. I agree with earlier comments, your pics need more girlfriend in them.
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if your shackles were in the rear id say that thing is near perfect, but alas something will always need to be upgraded, perfect and trail rig dont mix, so ill just say it looks b!tchin
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Yes it is!!
Cool!!! Lots of 4X4s have been taken out on that trail.
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Yeah it's one of my favorites and close to home too!
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Wow... good to see the BFG A/T doing that well for you in those situations.. I'm surprised.... being fulled locked helps a lot though!.... GREAT PICS!
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Yeah they did well plus airing down helps a ton! I tore them up nicely in a few spots! I somehow managed to take a 3" strip of rubber off that was about 1/4" in width and 1/4" in depth on the edge of the tread on a rear tire. Lockers is what really helped the most!
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