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Old 07-31-2011, 05:27 PM   #29
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Thanks RJAY,
Just for the record. I received several good suggestions and have already purchased the tire covers to protect my new tires from the FLA sun. The installer who put the new tires on also put little extensions of the valves so that I can get a gauge and air hose on the them easily. That also was part of my problem. Low inflation pressures. Thank you again for everyone who offered advice and encouragement with my problem that eventually cost me $2500. I took that trip to Yellowstone, stayed at some great campgrounds and met a lot of really nice people. You forget that sometimes when you live is S FL. I came home convinced that most of us want to like each other and are very trusting people. My relationship with my motor home is constantly evolving. Most of my problems are like this one, related to that dreaded "Operator Error."
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Take a look at the Hankook brand,a lot of the Big Rigs are running them now.

Welcome to Hankook Tire International Website

They make the 22.5 size and have a stiffer sidewall. This does cause a harder ride,but the advantage is less wondering. If the shocks are in order!!
Check rim width and other info. as no 2 coach's a the same...A phone call can be helpful if one has questions.

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Old 07-31-2011, 06:41 PM   #31
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Michelins will blow also--if the tire installed uses the wrong valves. Quess how I know.
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Take a look at the Hankook brand,a lot of the Big Rigs are running them now.

Welcome to Hankook Tire International Website

They make the 22.5 size and have a stiffer sidewall. This does cause a harder ride,but the advantage is less wondering. If the shocks are in order!!
Check rim width and other info. as no 2 coach's a the same...A phone call can be helpful if one has questions.

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Anyone found a load/pressure chart for Hankook tires by chance? I have been unsuccessful in locating this piece of information from them. AH11 tires.

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Chris, Call them at 800-426-5665. There office is in Wayne N.J.
Think if you give them the information they need on application you will get the pressure ranges.

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Here is the AH11 tire pressure chart

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Anyone found a load/pressure chart for Hankook tires by chance? I have been unsuccessful in locating this piece of information from them. AH11 tires.

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I put the AH11s on last year and had them e-mail me the tire pressure chart. Since I thought I might lose it I put it on my blog so I could reference it. However this is for the 8R19.5 size. Don't know which size you have.

1994 Brave 29RQ RV: Tire pressure chart for our Hankook AH11s

Here is a link to a post where the chart was posted for what seems to be all the other sizes. I had written Hankook and this is what they sent. However it did not have the 8R19.5s. when I rewrote them they sent the table above. Hopefully you will find your size here.
http://www.rv.net/forum/index.cfm/fu...g/1/page/1.cfm

If you would like to see the original e-mail with all the info send me a private message with your e-mail address and I can forward it to you.

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