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Old 05-23-2012, 11:44 AM   #15
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AFTER weighing mine, I have 125 in the steer axle, 85 in the drive axle tires and 80 in the tag axle tires. I am right at the max on my steers and can't wait to get my new 315s installed on the steer axle to give me a little breathing room.
Thanks for the info Gene. If you have the 42RBQ it is the same model as mine. I think I probably should increase my drive axle to 85 till I get weighed. My tires though state the max psi is 120 so I don't think I can go that high on front. I too am getting the 315s in July.
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When I weighed mine(each wheel position), I was 200 lbs overweight on the front pass side. I adjusted the weight to compensate. I emptied the cargo bay. For me the tire pressures listed were accurate. 120 front(max), 85 on the drive axle and 75 on the tag. We are getting the 315's in a couple of weeks! At last I'll have some breathing room and more storage space!
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I'm riding on Goodyear 670RV's. My front weight, couldn't get the corners weighed just front and back, is 7080 lbs, so 3660/tire. If I've read the Goodyear inflation chart correctly I should be running them at 85psi. My rear weight is 12180 = 6090/pair or 3045/tire, my question is what do I use if the weight is not on the chart? Do I run them at the first avail weight which in this case would be 80psi?
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When I weighed mine(each wheel position), I was 200 lbs overweight on the front pass side. I adjusted the weight to compensate. I emptied the cargo bay. For me the tire pressures listed were accurate. 120 front(max), 85 on the drive axle and 75 on the tag. We are getting the 315's in a couple of weeks! At last I'll have some breathing room and more storage space!
Exactly why we have 305/70's on the front now. Even with the 275/70's at 120 psi we were overweight on the passenger side. Now running the 305's at 100 psi. If we pack a rock or bowling ball collection along I can add air to support it. Can now use the full capacity of the 14,600# front axle. One other good thing was that Spartan inspected the chassis and said I had a 20,000# rear axle not 19,000# as rated by Newmar.
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