33” Patagonia’s on my 2 Dr JK, typically during summer interstate travel I’d run them around 38 psi. In the winter I dropped them down to 22-28 psi once we got snow. Off road non-bead locks I would push them as low as 15. I had a cheapie air gauge in the Jeep.
Just sold my JK and waiting on my JLURD to be built, plan on going 35’s right away. I need a new deflator/tire gauge..
Non-beadlock user, Nitto 35 tires on Method rims; I feel tire and wheel combo is important info for what you can air down to. I ran 37s on my JK and did the same thing, for JL trying to keep a more stock drivetrain. I air down to 7-15psi depending on conditions, lots of fire roads I'll do 10-15, mud or slow crawling I'll do 7-12psi depending on conditions. For snow wheeling I start at 10psi and will go down to 5psi if the going gets slippery.
I just wanted to take a moment and THANK ALL OF YOU for helping us out with this poll. I think it was very informative and it helped give us a much clearer idea of the members here on WAYALIFE! As promised, we will be giving away a brand new EVO digital air down gauge and to a WINNER selected at random. And, that person is...