Technical term is probably "little rubber stringy thingy's" :lol:Quickdtoo said:Heh heh, so did you, David!! :lol: I didn't know what else to call em, they probably have a technical name tho.
You might be more aggressive in the striaght and less aggressive in the corner. I know, it is an SUV, not a sport car. Just through out possible reason.Quickdtoo said:Even the recommended 32lbs on the Yoko Geolanders may be too high for best wear, I noticed the little tits from the moulding process were still on the outer inch of the tread after about 300 miles or so, they were barely worn. I suspect they recommend that pressure for best fuel economy, not wear.
I'm not less aggressive pretty much all the time, I'm not one to take my time getting anywhere, thru the twisties or otherwise. I've added aftermarket sway control to the last 3 SUVs I've owned for that reason, the 4.3 is pretty good stock as far as I'm concerned on that matter. It could stand a little stiffer sway bars, but then the loss of articulation may not be worth it since the 4.3 4WD has no locking differential.ic said:You might be more aggressive in the striaght and less aggressive in the corner. I know, it is an SUV, not a sport car. Just through out possible reason.
The recommended air pressure for an SUV usually based on the combinations of wear, fuel economy and comfort.
Beside the air pressure, the driving style and camber setting effect the tire wear too.