You should do it. Besides, I like the uniqueness of the vinyl you have. Especially the mountains you have in the rear.
New addition to my toolbox for any offroad runs.
I never used to deflate my tires when going offroading. But this time around, I plan to drop my psi from 35psi all around to somewhere between 25psi and 30psi. I am thinking more of 30psi.
But one of these days, I will do a test run. Preferably when I get my brand new 33s (305/45/22), which I have decided I will be getting someday within the next 3 weeks. I also did not know how much these things would cost, but all what I just bought cost me about $95. So, it was pretty affordable for all 3 of these things.
Besides having these for offroad use, I think they come in handy to just have at home to use occasionally. So, feel free to buy something like this for emergency. Looks like some good tools to keep in the garage at home or in your car on offroad trips.
1- VIAIR 88P tire inflator
2- Tire pressure gauge
3- Tire deflators
I just came back from a 600 mile road trip in the Hill Country of San Antonio to look at Bluebonnets (Texas state flower). Drove the Willow City Loop, which is a popular loop for people to view the bluebonnets. From there went to eat bbq at Frank's. Then it was time to hit the road back on my 220 miles trip back home. Stopped for gas at Buc-ee's and got on the freeway and had a good time. But had this Range Rover for some reason not wanting to let me pass him. As soon as I overtook him, he will be right behind me to do the same. Got everything on video.