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Old 11-18-2015, 07:52 PM   #15
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OK I looked and the sticker by the driver seat says 110 front tires and 100 rear tires thanks for all the replies

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Old 11-22-2015, 08:04 AM   #16
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I have the same tires on 40' Endeavor. 100 PSI all round is max for me and unit rides nice.This is my choice and I feel safe. Previous posters suggestions on four corner weighing and following manufactures ratings is probably the best advice. Getting up to the 120-130 PSI will make your rig ride like a mad mule.

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Old 11-23-2015, 05:59 PM   #17
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I run 95 rear 100 front. Once they warm up (TPMS) I'm consistently at 104 rear and 106 front. Rides good.

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Old 11-23-2015, 06:19 PM   #18
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Originally Posted by jimbo2013 View Post
Correct, looking at the coach from the front on level ground it just looked tilted to my eye.

I measured a difference of 1.5 or 1.75 inches can't remember now.

I replaced the ride height rods which were fixed length only adjustable by tilting the actuator on the chassis ( really hard to do on this rig) to fully adjustable links.

Now it measures same both sides wheel well to ground, and look perfect just looking at it parked.

A bonus it handles just a bit better
Well, you might have a problem since the ride height is never set by measuring points on the body. Every one I've seen measure between points on the suspension even if the body is off some. You need to find the correct measurements and points to measure between.
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I have 29580r22.5 Michelin tires. Smartweight was front 6840 and 7200 duals 7550 and 7460 tags 4180 and 4150. Tires are xza2 energy. Gvwr 44600 carrying 37380. Need help reading tables for correct pressure. Thanks
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I have 29580r22.5 Michelin tires. Smartweight was front 6840 and 7200 duals 7550 and 7460 tags 4180 and 4150. Tires are xza2 energy. Gvwr 44600 carrying 37380. Need help reading tables for correct pressure. Thanks
based on the higher of the two axles fronts 110
duals 115
tag 75 or min


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