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Old 03-21-2008, 07:49 AM   #1
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With the Goodyear G670 it calls for 110 front and 100 rears, but aren't you still suppose to weigh the coach and air up the tires according to the weight on each axle?
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With the Goodyear G670 it calls for 110 front and 100 rears, but aren't you still suppose to weigh the coach and air up the tires according to the weight on each axle?
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Alpine4us,

The important weights that you will need is EACH corner of the coach. If your left front tire has a load of 5800 lbs and your right front has a load of 6000lbs, you will want to air up both front tires to the 6000lb load.

Once you weigh all four corners, you can consult the proper chart and adjust the air pressure accordingly.

http://www.goodyear.com/rv/pdf/rv_inflation.pdf

If you want further help you can PM me.

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