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Old 04-23-2017, 06:45 AM   #15
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Supersteer's cheat sheet on the P series anyway, arrived it with 3 decades of experience, is 1/4" toe in....YES.....this is commonly done by those in the know.....

it will settle the handling down and no, you will not wear out your tires quickly....rotate them anyway.....you have 6 of them after all......and 12 total tire edges.

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Old 04-23-2017, 09:04 AM   #16
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Sorry for the late reply buy I had to go to bed ( heart problems). I found the inflation chart for the G670 and I read it to mean 70 lb. or 75 lb. at the most. If someone will give me the correct readings for the allignment, I will have it done again. The trouble started after I replaced the michelin tires with the goodyear. Thanks for the input and I am off to work now.
Goodyear tires roll like bricks. They are a very stiff tire. Michelin is a much better ride. The ride issue is very personal and different people have different tolerance on ride "quality". I would put the Michelins back on the front..expensive. You might also consider putting on Koni shocks at the same time.
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great tire size vs pressure chart n lots of more info here page 27:

http://www.offroadtoybox.com/RV/P-Ch...entProcess.pdf
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rik1....I know zilch about alignments, but....I have a similar RV and the factory alignment settings they printed out with 0.5 miles.

Too inept to copy and paste but if you have access to a fax...I can do that...
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You might want to check the date on the original post....just saying.
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Geeze, what a trusting dope I am....
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