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Old 09-27-2006, 04:13 PM   #1
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I just purchase a 1995 Winnebago Brave 29-foot and was looking for some guidance on the best tire pressure for inflating the tires. The tires are "Michelin X Radial 8 R 19.5 XZA" with a recommended maximum 70 psi pressure.
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I just purchase a 1995 Winnebago Brave 29-foot and was looking for some guidance on the best tire pressure for inflating the tires. The tires are "Michelin X Radial 8 R 19.5 XZA" with a recommended maximum 70 psi pressure.
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If You have the time get your coach weighed at each wheel after you load it the way you'll use it. If you can't weigh each wheel at least get the front and rear done. Then go on the Michelin website and check for their rec. pressures. Dual rear and single front
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Good advise Edward.foster and welcome to irv2
Check your yellow pages for CAT scales you can at least get front and rear axels weight. Than follow ED's advise.
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There are many many post and thousands of words written on tire pressure and maintaining your tires. Do a search and you will find more info than you need. Good Miles and Welcome
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