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What would be the right tirepressure for ITP Mudlite xtr on rocky grounds.
Havent tried them yeat so any suggestions.

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Correct tire pressure can be found on the sidewall of the tire. It will vary from tire to tire.
 

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Correct tire pressure can be found on the sidewall of the tire. It will vary from tire to tire.
But isn't that just the maximum design pressure for the tire? Most tire manufacturers say to use the recommended pressure specs from your ATV Manufacturer.
 

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Correct tire pressure can be found on the sidewall of the tire. It will vary from tire to tire.
But isn't that just the maximum design pressure for the tire? Most tire manufacturers say to use the recommended pressure specs from your ATV Manufacturer.[/quote]

I always go by the PSI rating on the tire. "Reccomended by the manufacterer" is too broad of a term. I wouldnt want to run the same amount of air in my 27s as I did in the factory 25s.
 

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I always go by the PSI rating on the tire. "Reccomended by the manufacterer" is too broad of a term. I wouldnt want to run the same amount of air in my 27s as I did in the factory 25s.
Just an FYI for you.

From Maxxis Tire Website ATV Tire Faq

<a href="http://www.maxxistires.com/products/atv/faq.asp" target="_blank">http://www.maxxistires.com/products/atv/faq.asp</a>


"At Maxxis we always suggest running the air pressure recommended by your vehicle’s manufacturer. The maximum air pressure listed on the sidewall of the tire is not necessarily the pressure you should use."
 

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i run about 2 or 3 pounds in all my 4wheeler tires, from 25" to 27".
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i run about 2 or 3 pounds in all my 4wheeler tires, from 25" to 27".
-Aaron
Spoken like a true off-roader!!

BTW, you are a good candidate for beadlocks!
 

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I think that the pressure on the sidewall of the tire is max.
Ihave been riding it with 3 pounds but I was thinking what you do.
Thanks for your help.
Hopefully there will be more disgussions about this beacause I think that the right pressure means alot in both traction and a smooth ride.

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....I think that the right pressure means alot in both traction and a smooth ride.

Icelander
....AND SAFETY!
 

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i run about 2 or 3 pounds in all my 4wheeler tires, from 25" to 27".
-Aaron
Spoken like a true off-roader!!

BTW, you are a good candidate for beadlocks![/quote]

i wish i could aford beadlocks, they are way too much. plus i need light wheels for racing but i would love to have them.
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yes i have seen them wheels, very good looking. maby one of these days ill get some.
-Aaron
 
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