are they talking about the TPMS? if that’s the case you would just need to mount the original *wheel with a new tire on it and that should automatically reset the light. check some tire shops to see if they carry your tire
these trails were in big bear california, the ratings are actually for off-road / OHV. the ratings will be shown on a sign at the trail start and will show icons of an atv/ off-road vehicle. not necessarily mountain bike rating.
yep, so far mostly dirt fire roads a stock 2wd suv can do. but more recently did some stretches of blue rated (southern california) trails and accidentally did a part of a black diamond trail (probably the easier section).
while i’m still learning dimensions and clearance from the driver seat...
no issues with rubbing and i go off-road pretty often. my take is that they do rub slightly while articulated / at full lock but it’s a non issue. the carpet liner is very flexible with nothing behind it so it’s fine.
also for those familiar with anza borrego. not sure if this section has a name but in my badlands i went down a very steep drop off along the borrego mountain wash somewhere near the slot canyon trail. probably one of the coolest things i’ve done in the BS. kind of funny because it was...
what do you mean they’re opening? were they ever closed? honest question as my understanding of marked forest roads around where i live in socal are the ones that i’ve been trailing on, which are open.
is there another forest road system that was closed?
thank you! yes the look of the car has drastically changed with the meatier tires. i do notice 235 vs 245 wildpeaks at3ws are different not just by size but the 245 sidewall seems a lot more meaty, not sure why.
clearance i think technically gives me about .5” extra than previous being an inch...