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3 or 4 PSI in the sand, like 6-8 on dirt
 

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on sand i run 2 in the back and 6 in the front
 

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I run 7 psi in all and I run in hard dirt, shale, and mud.
 

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i run the same as Limited, same psi and same groung. i like it :thumbsup:
 

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I had 10psi in the front and 8psi in the front. It road good just a little rough, so mabe a little shock adj. and less air in the front. Just scares me when I race my buddies down the street:(
 

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i try to run four or five all the way around and i ride on dirt gravel and pavement and it seems like it works good
 

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It depends on the terrain:
On mud or non-rocky terrain 4.5-5 psi (if too muddy even less)
If rocky terrain that could damage a rim then I go up to 8psi
I don't go any higher because of discomfort or because if any higher a sharp rock is more prone to cutting my tire I would think.
 

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rt said:
I run 4- 5 psi in the rears and 7 psi in the fronts
4.5 in the rear with 7 psi in the front nice choice RT :thumbsup:
 

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I find it to have very predictable slide characteristics with a lot of tires I've used in the past with these pressures, assuming they're 20" tires in the rear and 21" up front. The 22" rear razors required a little more pressure, while the 23" fronts required a little less. Just personal preference.
 
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