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He is trying to say that using forscan you are able to adjust the min air pressure so that running below 38psi doesn’t give you a warning. Ie you can let it to 15psi so when you air down to 20 it won’t give you a rednlight light
Since most of your driving will be on road, do you really want to do this? I'd rather see the light on for a couple of hours than not have the system alert me to a soft tire.
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Yeah 20psi for crawling is way to high. 15-18 is the best on non-beadlock wheels. Always run at 15-18 on my FJ, never blew a baed in 10 years of doing medium-heavy crawling. and that light in the dash will not affect anything for the 2-3-4 hrs that you wheel. Get yourself a cheap compressor from HF until you get a better one or use CO2, which is the best btw.
 

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Build you one of these to air up and down. It's so nice doing all 4 tires at once vs one at a time.
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And you expect some bozo at the dealership to do a better job? Nope, I do all I can myself as that's the only way to get it done the way I want it.
You’ll be fine if you take your time and use extreme caution. The picture figure instructions are :poop:. Drilling on your brand new vehicle is a stress test.:oops:
 
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1) Thanks for sharing.
2) Great looking rig.
3) Dirty fingers scratching the touchscreen: hadn't thought of that one, but it's a great tip. Will order the screen protector.
4) Scuffs from entry/exit or seatbelts are too low on the totem poll to be considered when wheeling a lux Badlands (my build is the same, by the way.) "Let it happen" and enjoy the moment.
5) 20 PSI is WAY too much pressure for real wheeling. I rarely wheel my Wrangler on 38s above 10PSI (non beadlock) and the heavier Bronco could maybe call for 15 PSI in an extremely conservative situation. But 20 PSI is going to be hell on your back and hell on your Bronco, respectively. Consider 15 a max and maybe 12 for moderate crawling/wheeling. Trust me, the truck can take it and your back will thank you.
Good point about the off roading tire PSI, I would like to go lower. I think once I get a portable compressor 15 is a good place to start experimenting . On your wrangler, do you run E load rated tires or C? The Territory MT has the C load rated tires that are 2 ply sidewalls, I have noticed the hardcore guys run the thicker 3 ply E rated tires and have to go much lower in PSI to compensate.
 

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Get a better built GooseGear table, they’re amazing.
Just checked out the Goose Gear table on there site. Looks good but I’ve got a few questions.
What does it look like in the closed position?
How many lbs can is support
How does that chopping block come into play? It just magically appears in the forth photo.
 

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Honestly I'm leaning towards just the MOLLE grate. Is the fold down really that useful?
Definitely when you wanna look like a badass sitting in the parking lot in the AM, wearing your aviators, waiting for your friends and you got a sweet ass place to rest that hot coffee while you sit in the tail gate chillin 😎
 

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Thanks for the review, much appreciated.

Honestly, goose gear or outback is probably a better option for tailgate tables. Time will tell.

Aftermarket underbody protection will be much better as well. Just got to wait.

Lower tire pressure is huge.

Love the rig. Enjoy.
 

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Just checked out the Goose Gear table on there site. Looks good but I’ve got a few questions.
What does it look like in the closed position?
How many lbs can is support
How does that chopping block come into play? It just magically appears in the forth photo.
Good questions! I guess their website didn’t show the closed position (that’s weird).
Closed, you will see the embossed underside of the bamboo cutting board.

It should be similar to Jeep table that supports 55 pounds. But they haven’t “officially” stated weight rating yet on website.

And the cutting board slides out from underneath when dropped down, which is why you’ll see it when the table is up.

Hope that makes sense. They’re stuff is pricey, but super well made.
 

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Good point about the off roading tire PSI, I would like to go lower. I think once I get a portable compressor 15 is a good place to start experimenting . On your wrangler, do you run E load rated tires or C? The Territory MT has the C load rated tires that are 2 ply sidewalls, I have noticed the hardcore guys run the thicker 3 ply E rated tires and have to go much lower in PSI to compensate.
I have no idea, that's the first time I've ever even heard a question/statement like that. Furthermore, no one who is seriously into wheeling would ever discriminate one off-road tire against another based on that. As soon as you leave ATs for large diameter MTs it's all over and you're in a small group of tires manufacturers. I'm not a fanboi but I really like and run the Toyo Open Country 38x1250 R18s which I have on my Jeep. They're pretty good in winter driving weather but excellent all other times of year... but mostly I have them because they're fantastic when I'm wheeling, whether it's mud, rocks or sand. I usually keep them at 10PSI and have never popped a bead despite some pretty aggressive wheeling.
 

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Good questions! I guess their website didn’t show the closed position (that’s weird).
Closed, you will see the embossed underside of the bamboo cutting board.

It should be similar to Jeep table that supports 55 pounds. But they haven’t “officially” stated weight rating yet on website.

And the cutting board slides out from underneath when dropped down, which is why you’ll see it when the table is up.

Hope that makes sense. They’re stuff is pricey, but super well made.
Thx bro
 

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Since most of your driving will be on road, do you really want to do this? I'd rather see the light on for a couple of hours than not have the system alert me to a soft tire.
I probably will. I can check the exact psi so if by chance one is 21 psi I would know. I’d prefer not to be warned about my tire pressure every time I turn the car on when wheeling.
 

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This makes even less sense. This video is for calibrating speedometer via forscan. You're comment was about tpms and adjusting tire pressure..... Simply lower them wherever you want and drive a few miles and the display will show the new pressure.
I think the setting was when the tire go below psi xx you get warning tire pressure low.
And fyi if think the tire pressure indicator is in real time..... you dont need to drive to get psi update...
 

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I looked into that exact skid plate today! Although it says compatible with all bronco models, the badlands comes with a transfer case skid and a front plate extension skid that would probably need to be removed for this to replace it.

I won't get rid of the OEM steel skids and pay 1,600 for an aluminum replacement. If you were starting fresh with no skids, this would work!

Here is a pic of what I am talking about, the red is where factory badlands skids are and the green is the portion that I personally would like to buy.

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anyone know who manufactures this skid plate. i can’t seem to find it anywhere.
 

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Will this skid plate protect the cross bracing in question? I can't quite tell as I haven't seen under the Bronco first hand yet.

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What skid plates are these? These look like what I’m going to want for my basquatch.
 
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