Four WheelerAugust 2020
It’s common knowledge that lowering tire pressure spreads your rubber footprint and can generally add traction. However, the effect of tire pressure can vary based on the surface you’re traveling over. Ride comfort, plus overall stability and performance, fluctuates as the pressure is changed. We set out to try and get a better handle on these characteristics by running a new set of tires at increasingly lower tire pressures.
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