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Probably just the pictures. The GY Kevlar MTR is a true size, big, and light tire. With zero offset rims, it sticks out just under 1 "lug" from the Rubicon fender. So far, I am also loving it. Performance with the 5:13s is absolutely great and the grip off-road up steep hills is amazing.

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Here it is compared to the Patagonia MTR
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Another little video, I can't get enough. I'm riding out for lunch just to drive it. Let me apologize in advance for my
Unprofessional video ways. Just trying to answer some of the questions I had but couldn't find answers to.


 
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@hjdca what are you running your tire pressure at on yours. I'm trying to find a sweet spot. Discount has mine at 38psi and it's riding like a brick. They were at 36 last night and it was riding pretty rough and now it's saying 38. Just trying to get a starting point for mine.
 

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@hjdca what are you running your tire pressure at on yours. I'm trying to find a sweet spot. Discount has mine at 38psi and it's riding like a brick. They were at 36 last night and it was riding pretty rough and now it's saying 38. Just trying to get a starting point for mine.
I run mine at 29/30 psi cold on the street, so, when they warm up they are around 32 psi. On the hard dirt I like 18 or 19 PSI. Anything softer or rocks 14 PSI or less - depending on your rims. They really start to soften up with super grip around 19 psi. I have the Method 703 bead grip rims, so, I plan to try 8 to 9 psi in the sand when the time comes.
 
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I run mine at 29/30 psi cold on the street, so, when they warm up they are around 32 psi. On the hard dirt I like 18 or 19 PSI. Anything softer or rocks 14 PSI or less - depending on your rims. They really start to soften up with super grip around 19 psi. I have the Method 703 bead grip rims, so, I plan to try 8 to 9 psi in the sand when the time comes.
I aired them down to 32 psi last night and when I got in this morning they were at 29psi. Then warmed up to about 34. I need to get me another bluetooth obd2 adapter so I can reset the PSI and my tire size. My dang adapter is mess up for some reason it want connect up. I guess if they drop below 30 psi you got to air them up to 35 to get the light to turn off
 

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I aired them down to 32 psi last night and when I got in this morning they were at 29psi. Then warmed up to about 34. I need to get me another bluetooth obd2 adapter so I can reset the PSI and my tire size. My dang adapter is mess up for some reason it want connect up. I guess if they drop below 30 psi you got to air them up to 35 to get the light to turn off
You have to set the tire PSI on the computer to 30 psi with the Tazer. I live on the west coast, so, only 2 or 3 psi up and down because of weather. lol.
 
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Aired my tires down to 30psi cold, about 32psi when they warm up when driving, this seems like the sweet spot to me on these Goodyears. Just hit 17mpgs on the way home from work. That was my target MPG average, I'm super happy. If it goes up anymore only a plus. I could easily do it with the Cooper At3 XLTs I'm planning on getting when the Goodyears wear out.

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