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Old 02-23-2013, 08:16 PM   #1
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tire pressure placard

I have a 2004 Dolphin. I'm trying to find the placard that is supposed to be beside the driver's seat. Not there. High or low. It has info about tire size and air pressure. Is there one located inside? Outside? Any help or ideas as to where would be appreciated.Thank you.
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Old 02-23-2013, 08:53 PM   #2
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I found the ones in our 05 Dolphin in the glass front cabnet over the driver's seat. Here are images of the labels on the sides of the lower shelf.
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Same place for my 03 above the drivers seat in the glass cabinet. My cabinet houses the cd changer as well. The placard is on the left hand side as the picture in the above post shows.
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Better to go to tire manufacturer's web site and download chart that gives weight/PSI info then weigh your axles to determine correct tire pressure for your particular motorhome.
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Old 02-24-2013, 09:09 PM   #5
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Better to go to tire manufacturer's web site and download chart that gives weight/PSI info then weigh your axles to determine correct tire pressure for your particular motorhome.
Dave has the correct answer, my plaque shows the tire psi based on the limits of each axle, not the actural weight on each axle.

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Not to mention that on Goodyear inflation charts the pressure for same given weight was changed based on tire manufacture date. I believe the chart diff is for tires manufactured after early 2006. So the placard may be wrong.
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