1st rover said:
woh thats low :confused
another question ..
do u have the problem of sand comming in from the air vents?
Low pressures are required to increase the footprint
and spread the load over a larger surface area giving more traction.
If you really get in the soft sh!t I have seen people drop to 5 psi drive out inflate back to 10-15 and carry on.
Two years ago I drove to the Wahiba with family which meant including kitchen sink. I was the only Land Rover along with three Toyota Prados and a Nissan Patrol. I carried two spare wheels and was the only person not to pop a tyre.
Land Rover rims are damn good at retaining tyres can't say the same for Jap stuff. My mate Chris runs a Range Rover at 8 psi and never has problems.
If you have sand coming through the air vents you must have lost the filters that should be there (Disco)