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Even with zero air in those tires, they'll still be hard as rock. Do a chalk test. Mark a line of chalk across the tire and drive around the block. If all the chalk is gone its underinflated, if only the chalk in the middle is gone its overinflated. Another way to tell if its underinflated is heat.... the tires will get really hot when aired down.
Now, these tests are for conventional tires. Military tires can run in any condition. They won't make your gauge read wrong though. ..
11 F250 CCSB King Ranch
Gearhead tunes, No Limit Stage 2, No Limit Block Off, 5" exhaust, CTS
2.5" Carli Commuter, 37x12.5R20 Toyo RTs, Stock wheels
01 Ex 7.3l Limited
Swamps tunes, 6637, 4" exhaust, 6.0 trans cooler, Hellwig rear swaybar, CTS
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