OK, so I'm not about to have 5 sets of wheels, but may have to look at making my stockers bullet proof. I lower the pressures significantly, but I suspect that because the tires are rolled in so much for the narrow rim that the sidewalls are not flexing as much as they could/should, particularly with a strong tires like the Dunlop D908 RR...would this also be a correct observation? QUESTION: If I was to bring my stock wheels over in September (be in USA for 4 weeks) what rims would you recomend for travelling outback Australia and sand? Here's a good example of conditions... http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=152387 but maybe with a little more sand. No intention of running paddles (except for maybe one play day). Probably more things like Dunlop D908RR's, Michelin Deserts and stock Scorpions for light off road/street. Runninmg 140/80 & 90/90.