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Discussion in 'Ford F-150 Raptor General Discussions [GEN 2]' started by ddpt, Oct 25, 2020.

  1. smurfslayer

    smurfslayer Be vewwy, vewwy quiet. We’re hunting sasquatch77

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    1st extract: The woman is definitely a controlling shrew. I mean, she’s on effin’ youtube verbally emasculating her driver at every chance. What a disloyal crow.

    My wife would be finding her own ride to a hotel for that $hit.

    Also, the cause is obvious. Red Raptors get stuck more than any other color.
    Just sayin’.

    2nd extract: man, that guy looked bummed.

    Hopefully both trucks end up none the worse for wear.
     
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    the guy on the 2nd extract was bummed cause he had to wait for the cameraman to finish filming the jeep next to him that had 20 people helping. He didn't have any friends...haha
     
  3. jzweedyk

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    How is that possible? Red adds 10 hp! :)

    Knock on wood, I haven't got stuck yet, and I have pulled people out with my RED truck.

    Again, my point, the first guy is an IDIOT, both for getting stuck, and for having her along.

    You can go down to 12 PSI on stock wheels without an issue.
     
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  4. smurfslayer

    smurfslayer Be vewwy, vewwy quiet. We’re hunting sasquatch77

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    It is kind of the ultimate insult to call the tow guy, and they pay more attention to the Jeeper...
     
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    You might want to rethink your low end pressure thresholds:

    Obviously terrain dependant




    Here's another:
    https://www.fourwheeler.com/how-to/154-1105-proper-tire-pressure-for-the-trail-under-pressure/
     
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    i run 12psi without beadlocks in the michigan dunes all the times while doing donuts and drifting and jumping.. never had an issue yet.

    i will say the difference in traction between 18psi and 12psi is unreal. used to run 18psi all the time because i was worried about rolling a bead.. 12psi is a lot better.
     
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    12 psi sounds good. What does everyone else go down to for off road?
     
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    Naviks, has camera overrides

    My wife thinks I only have 3 guns
     
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    Sand 12-14, rough trail 14-16, not so rough 18-20. Lower pressure = more comfort and more tire patch. Higher = higher speeds.
     
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    Thank you!
     

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