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Old 04-05-2017, 08:13 PM   #1
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Tire pressure help

I have a 2003 Newmar 38' Diesel Pusher tire size 275/70R-22.5/18 XCA2 Energy Michelin Radials the Freightliner sticker inside the coach list the weight 29500lbs (front 12000lbs - rear 17500lbs) it also says cold PSI in front and rear dual tires should be 120PSI. Our last Diesel Pusher Winnebago 40' Vectra I was running 105lbs front 100lbs rear. Can someone please give me some good direction on tire pressure and suggestion what pressure I should be running in our Newmar Kountry Star, Thank You<br />
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Until you get your coach weighed at the corners, set your pressure as suggested on that placard ... 120 psi. When you know your actual weights, then you can set your pressures according the the tire manufacturers load tables.
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Carl is correct. Best if you can weigh each corner. Michelin publishes a tire pressure table for the weight. tires on the same axle should always be inflated to the heaviest weight on that axle.
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