I did a search but couldn't find any recent threads on this. The threads I did find seemed to be more concerned about proper inflation for heavy loader work.
My back is still sore from mowing yesterday. One thing I learned with my 3/4 ton pickup was the easiest way to soften the unloaded ride was to air down the tires a little. You don't need max inflation without a load. So, just curious what pressure my fellow SCUT owners are running in their rears to soften the ride. I have a 1023e running the stock Carlisle R4's with a max rated pressure of 20psi, currently inflated to 17.5. How low do you think I can safely go? I understand I'll have to air back up before using the loader but for mowing and snow removal, do I really need to run the current pressure?