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12-15-2010, 09:36 PM #21
also should i put weight in the bed + air down?
im running BFGoodrich KO A/Ts 305/75/16 if this makes any difference
12-15-2010, 09:42 PM #22
Weight on snowy roads always helps, but is not a free RACE TICKET !!!! Always drive carefull no mather how much traction u have !!
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12-16-2010, 12:29 AM #23
When I lived in the Pococno's I never aired down my tires. I had a 05 1500. The tires were what ever came from the factory. I never aired down my tires to ride in the snow. Dropping the pressure 3lbs isn't making that big of a difference to tire contact. I grew up driving on the beach's of the OBX in NC and never aired down than. I was running swampers than on jeeps with no issues. The only time I have ever aired down was when rock crawling.
12-16-2010, 08:10 PM #24
well....tried airing down...didnt do too good. i would say it made it worse...but im not sure about that...i break traction so easily with these tires....and believe me i take it real easy...got cars and everything passin me while i keep lettin of the gas to try and get more traction.....advice? might just pump it back up to 40...i mean tread is decent, just dont understand
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