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Old 06-02-2019, 07:18 PM   #15
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Awesome....well balanced. Were you pretty well loaded? I am surprised the right front is heavier then the drivers side. I would have thought with the 6 battery's right behind the drivers front tire, that would be the tad heavy side. Interesting..... Thank you for posting.
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Awesome....well balanced. Were you pretty well loaded? I am surprised the right front is heavier then the drivers side. I would have thought with the 6 battery's right behind the drivers front tire, that would be the tad heavy side. Interesting..... Thank you for posting.
Water and fuel full. grey and black tank empty. All lower storage full and will not change. Only missing wife, kids, dog, clothes and food.
According to the Michelin chart and adding 5%, front 110psi, rear 100psi would be a good pressure.
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Old 06-03-2019, 02:58 PM   #17
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If it still pulls to one side after your tire pressure adjustments. A ride height would be needed before an alignment. Also if the ride height is off, it will change the weights on the different wheels.
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