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Old 12-23-2006, 11:28 AM   #1
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Is the tire inflation chart in the Alpine 2000 Owner's Manual good for all brands of tires? The text doesn't specify any brand names only tire size and tire load limits.
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Is the tire inflation chart in the Alpine 2000 Owner's Manual good for all brands of tires? The text doesn't specify any brand names only tire size and tire load limits.
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Tom & Laurel:

If I am tire size and load limits are the same or about the same between different brands and manufactures. The label listed for the maximum carrying capacity of the axel. I would suggest that when the coach is loaded to a trip including fuel and water I would get I weighted to determine how much air to put in the tires. Also check the date on the tires if they are over five years old I would think about putting new tires on. If you check the Toyo Tire web site they have a RV Inflation Guide you can refer to for more information.
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