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Old 06-18-2019, 06:49 PM   #1
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Tire details on the information plate behind seat

Looking at the information plate located on the drivers sidewall behind the drivers seat, I read 215 PSI for the fronts and 115 PST for the rear duals. I think there might be a typo here.

If you have a 2000-2002 Windsor and if you don't mind, could you please share what you have for tire pressures on your info plate

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Old 06-18-2019, 07:07 PM   #2
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Good afternoon Ali; Yes, looks like a misprint. On my 01 Windsor with the tires listed on the sticker, 295/75/R22.5, Front single, 120PSI, Rear duel 95PSI. I know you have a 40' coach and mine is a 34'. I have Dunlop H rated tires that are 11R/22.5 in size. I run 115 PSI up front and 105 PSI in the rears. Never had any problems and tires run cool. Might slightly ride a little more rough but not noticeable. Hope this answers your question.
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Old 06-18-2019, 08:12 PM   #3
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That has to be a misprint 215# I wouldn't want to be standing next to the tire when I tried to get that kind of pressure in it. I run 105 front and 90 rear and tag.
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Old 06-18-2019, 08:29 PM   #4
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Ali,

It has to be a misprint but I don't use it anyway as they seem to always list PSI in excess of what you really need.
The best way to insure correct tire pressure is to weigh your coach on all 4 corners and use the tire pressure chart for your tires. You can download it from the internet. Some recommend using the CAT scales and dividing the axle weight by 2 and using that but you may have one side heavier than the other so you would end up having improper PSI which could cause a blowout. Some CAT scales are open, meaning that you can pull the left side of the RV on the scale then back off and do the same for the right side. THis will give you the 4 corner weights so you can adjust your PSI. You'll notice a significant difference in ride and handling once you get your PSI right.

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Our 04, 40' Windsor sticker reads 115# front, 100# rear, 295/80/22.5
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Looking at the information plate located on the drivers sidewall behind the drivers seat, I read 215 PSI for the fronts and 115 PST for the rear duals. I think there might be a typo here.

If you have a 2000-2002 Windsor and if you don't mind, could you please share what you have for tire pressures on your info plate

Thank you
Yes. Wrong data - there was a recall on that data plate: https://auto-recalls.justia.com/mona...000/00v331000/
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Old 06-19-2019, 10:37 AM   #7
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Thank you, 8.3Oilbuner, Tony, Richard, Monaco Wolfy and CountryB, appreciate all your comments. I think I am going to run 115 PSI fronts and 100 PSI rears for now, until I get the coach weighed on all 4 corners and use tire pressure charts for correct numbers.

CountryB, wow, thanks for the recall details, I did not know about that recall.
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