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Author Topic: Tire rolling resistance with mud terrain tires  (Read 4320 times)
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« on: February 09, 2013, 05:58:57 pm »

HI, I just purchased Dash Command & am setting up vehicle information. I understand that is it generally acceptable to use the default tire rolling resistance coefficient (I think 0.013? or do I just leave it blank?).

However, I'm running mixed-terrain tires with a more aggressive tread: BF Goodrich Mud Terrain 235/85/R16. It seems like this actually would have a significant impact on data output. Is there a rolling resistance coefficient that you would recommend for these tires? Or, am I wrong that it would have a significant effect?
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