TPMS - How is it?

FourWheelKyle

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Kyle-Rhys
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When going wheeling, I typically like to take my tires down sub 10psi, for better grip and ride quality. I always pump back up to street pressure when getting back on the street, but my jeep doesn't have TPMS. Has anyone encountered issues with their Bronco when airing down? Is it just naggy and beepy? Can TPMS be removed/deactivated?
 

Bonnie6G

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When going wheeling, I typically like to take my tires down sub 10psi, for better grip and ride quality. I always pump back up to street pressure when getting back on the street, but my jeep doesn't have TPMS. Has anyone encountered issues with their Bronco when airing down? Is it just naggy and beepy? Can TPMS be removed/deactivated?
No beeps, just a light that’s on the gauge cluster, and I think maybe a warning on startup that you can clear. I don’t find it annoying.