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@3:15 she starts talking about the tires...interesting how there was a whole process to select the right tire, along with the 1" factory lift.

Interesting how the lower control arms and alignment are specific to the Rebel as well...everyone keep that in mind for getting the truck aligned!
 

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@3:15 she starts talking about the tires...interesting how there was a whole process to select the right tire, along with the 1" factory lift.

Interesting how the lower control arms and alignment are specific to the Rebel as well...everyone keep that in mind for getting the truck aligned!
A bunch of first drives even mentioned how well the tires are on street and dirt. So a home run for toyo and ram
 

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I've been sporting the open country mts for a while now. Love them and they last along time. But are very heavy and I'm sure that's what wears out my front end.
Both my dad and brother ha e the open country ATs and love them. My brother got a flat his first time out on the dirt roads with his stockers on his new ram. He loves his new tires
 

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I've been sporting the open country mts for a while now. Love them and they last along time. But are very heavy and I'm sure that's what wears out my front end.
Both my dad and brother ha e the open country ATs and love them. My brother got a flat his first time out on the dirt roads with his stockers on his new ram. He loves his new tires
That's what I've been hearing from owners. Do you guys deflate them any bit lower than stock or keep them at stock spec's on the trails and dirt roads?
 

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Lowering air pressure makes a big difference on certain terrains. I use my truck on sugar sand trails and have gotten stuck at street pressure. I air down to 20-23 PSI and I don't even spin a tire. I see a huge traction and flotation advantage with the lowered pressure.
 

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Lowering air pressure makes a big difference on certain terrains. I use my truck on sugar sand trails and have gotten stuck at street pressure. I air down to 20-23 PSI and I don't even spin a tire. I see a huge traction and flotation advantage with the lowered pressure.
It's one of the many reasons I loved the Hummer H1, tire inflation/deflation system onboard.
 
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