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I spend most of my summer out driving on the beaches looking for the best fishing spots. Can't wait to get the Rebel out on the beach. With that said airing down the tires is a must on the beaches out here. How low do you think the stock tires can go down to? I was thinking around 20 but wanted to check with others who've maybe done this with the Rebel before.
 

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I'm sure it will be fine at 20 BUT it will not be safe to drive on the roads with the air that low. Be care full not to drive too fast either with the psi that low as you'll get more sidewall roll and you'll be heating up the sidewalls with speed. Also, be careful not to do anything too extreme. Running the tires that low can cause the tire to pop off the bead.
 
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I have an air compressor so filling up after fishing shouldn't be a problem. I'll post some videos with the Reb on the beach from my GoPro in a few weeks.

Tell me more about the low pressure warning. Is it constant? Can it be disabled?
 

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I have an air compressor so filling up after fishing shouldn't be a problem. I'll post some videos with the Reb on the beach from my GoPro in a few weeks.

Tell me more about the low pressure warning. Is it constant? Can it be disabled?
It is constant and cannot be disabled.
 
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