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To be safe, how much air should I keep in my tires when driving off-road. I'm talking about slow speed driving and some sandy washes, etc., not racing in the Baja 1000 or anything crazy.

My tires are 325/65-18's, load range E.
 

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In Glamis i run 15psi and i can pull my trailer through the sand with no problem, havent had any issues yet
 

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Usually between 12-15 is good for the sand. Any less than 12 on a big truck and you may lose a bead.
 

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Thanks, guys. I think I'll target 20 lbs and see how it goes. Now that I have my on-board air system I can easily air the tires back up again for driving home.
 
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