wow... just checked the psi after the tire place mounted them for me... they had almost 20 pounds in each tire. what a bunch of [email protected]&*'s ..... i had to let out about 10 to 11 pounds out of each tire. Im not a happy camper.
Wow...are you sure you didn't use the guy I used to mount my wifes zillas a month ago...lol...his shop did the same thing 20psi...I guess that's what I get for going to my car mechanic since his shop is closer than the quad shop...o well,atleast I checked it before we took it on the trail and ended up ruining them.....what psi did u decide to go with?
Many idiots over pressurize to seat the bead then never let it back out. SAME thing found on pops new 550 last year!!!
As for what pressure it not something others on a forum, such as this can accurately tell you. We do not ride where you do, We do not know how you ride. We do not know your size. All very important factors that dictate tire pressure.
Good news is you will need to ride more to figure out what works best for you!! Tough to take I know being REQUIRED to ride. Lol. But that's the best answer I can give. Try the recomendated pressure from sidewall and go down a pound or two at a time. Once you get there the tires will really hook up and you will be off! Just know optimal pressure will change as what your riding on changes. Hard pan is higher pressure. Rocks are less. Mud is in the middle. Experiment, the only person to give advise is someone riding with you that rides similarly has same tires and weighs about the same.
It's not like a street tire where you can chalk the tread and ride around the block.
Id b willing to bet at a comfy 6-7psi the zillas are true to size.....solid crimson what psi are you running in the zillas and what size do they measure? My wifes runs 26" zillas with 6psi and they stand 26" tall from ground to top of tread
I recently banged one of my rear wheels on some rocky terrain and there is a leak near the bend in the rim. I filed it with slime and aired it up and it's holding OK, but I'm looking to get it replaced before winter as I'll be using this machine to plow. What is my best option? I can't seem to...
I'm replacing my WHEELS (not tires) on my 2017 Polaris Sportsman Xp1000 Highlifter Edition. This is not a RZR. This is an ATV. I have the OEM wheels and I'm wanting too replace with the Sedona Rukus wheels but I'm not sure what off-set I should get. I'm not sure what the factory offset is nor...
It has been sugested that we need a sticky thread for posting pics of your machines with different wheel and tire combinations only.
So here it is.
Please post pics and desscriptions of your wheel and tire combinations here.
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