Yet another TT tire pressure question...
On a recent trip out west I had an experience that was a new one to me. I always set my TT tires to the max (50) before I roll out and periodically (once a day usually) check the pressure. I expect them to warm and go over 50psi during the trip and assume the tires are designed for this. But this past trip I was dealing with what I consider serious outside temperature swings. There were a few days where it was 107-109 degrees outside, and could get down to 60's at night.
So on these real hot days, tires that I set at 50 were going up to 55-58psi when checked. Then in the AM, they might be at 43-45. Keeping this in mind, there were a couple days where I left them at 45, knowing the days heat would bring them up to 50 (and it did).
So, whats the right thing to do? Put them at 50 in the AM and let them go over? Put them at 50 and if they go over let out some air? Or leave them lower in the AM and let them get to the max target of 50 on their own? Am I overthinking this?
Thanks for any replies,
2014 Jayco Jayflight 264 BH
2009 Tundra 5.7 Crewmax w/ Tow Package