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Author Topic: Forest service and logging road tire pressure  (Read 3589 times)

Offline pd

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Re: Forest service and logging road tire pressure
« Reply #15 on: September 19, 2023, 07:03:00 PM »
Since you asked.

I run 10-ply (Series E), 12 months the year.  45-psi.  I don't air down, even in hard rock (but I don't drive the Quilomene, either).  I learned my lessons years ago with the abysmal quality of rock that the Idaho Dept of Lands pays for on their forest roads (hint: 1" rock would be small, usually much bigger).  My truck is light, so I don't need to air up any higher than 45.  The key is the tire quality.

On washboard roads I bounce and dance all day long, this is a known problem.  I accept it.
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