I'm hoping someone might be able to provide a recommendation.
I'm planning on making my first trip to CO in my new (to me) 06 RRS HSE. When I got the truck it came with 4 practically new Yoko YK520 255/50/R19 tires. They are pretty nice on the road, and they have a 60,000 mile warranty, so I am not planning on doing a wholesale swap just for this trip.
I'm wondering if these tires http://www.discounttire.com/infoyokoham ... yk520.html would be sufficient for a newbie trip?
I'm planning on going to Mosquito Pass, and some other easy trails around the area while i'm out there. I will also be going at the beginning of November, so I'm not sure how much snow will be out there either.
Can someone who has done these trails tell me if I will be ok? Or should I target some other trails? I've read a lot of the threads on the tire topic, and the trail topic, but I can't really find an answer as to whether or not these all-season tires will be enough.
Also, what about "air-down". What should I air them down to, if at all?
And this may seem like a easy question, but when you get off the trail, how should I air them back up? Is there a way to tap into the compressor to use it for tire inflation?