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  • Suggested trail tire pressures

    I'm starting this thread so it can remain on the forum for long term reference. There's always questions on the trail of "what air pressure should I run" for different set-ups. We can discuss it in the thread and what I'll do is update this original post for each type of set-up once there's a general consensus (at least a couple people agree) on the pressure range. We can add street pressure into each if we want but I'm mostly concerned about trail pressure.

    I'll add as we go but here's some of the basics:

    JKU on non-beadlock 37's:

    JKU on non-beadlock 35's:

    JK on beadlock 37's:

    JK on non-beadlock 35's:

    LJ on beadlock 37's:

    LJ on non-beadlock 35's:

    TJ on non-beadlock 35's:
    \'93 YJ

  • #2
    On my TJ with 35s and no bead locks run 10 to 11 psi.

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    • #3
      LJ beadlocked 35’s 7.5-8.5


      • #4
        17” stock wheels stock tires 15 lbs
        17” wheels 35” KM2 usually 12 lbs
        17” wheels 37” Trail Grappler as low as 9 lbs but still stiff
        17” beadlocks 37” Trail Grapplers 7 lbs seems good.
        2012 JK


        • #5
          I run 37 MTR and no beadlocks. I run 10 PSI. Only time I had a problem was on 2 Leaf. But it only started to leak.

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          2013 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sport. 4 inch lift, 37 inch tires, air lockers, Antirock sway bar, rock lights, XRC fenders, XRC bumbers, Warren winch, CB, HAM radio, Currie track bars, upgraded drive lines, CC front fender liners, painted dash vents, after market shifter handles, Rugged Ridge grab handles, rear toolbox, Rugged Ridge tailgate bags....


          • #6
            My jku non beadlocks I run around 15 psi