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Old 03-21-2019, 06:11 AM   #1
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Dropping tire pressue on dirt

Hi everyone,

A few of my favorite destinations require 20+ mile drives on dirt roads that can have pretty bad washboards. This year, I want to experiment with dropping the tire pressure when I embark on these roads, and of course airing up when I leave them.

I'm wondering what sorts of guidelines I should be following. I run endurance's generally at 65psi on the pavement. If I limit my speed to say 20mph on dirt, how low can I safely drop the pressure?

Any guidance on this would be appreciated!

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