Originally Posted by jadatis
Will fill it in my calculator in wich I even add 10% to the axle weight in part 2 .
When having 4 point weighing like you have, I use part 3 in wich i make highest weight on axle side 95% of the weight I calculate the pressure for.
Lowest weight 85% of weight to calculate the pressure for.
Will do it tomorrow , only answered now, to follow this topic, and I can find it back.
OK did it , yesterdays was sleeping time here in Holland.
Here the picture wich says that only 1 psi higher needed when using part 3 for 4 poit weighing and keeping it between 85% and 95% load%.
Front overloaded by 360 lbs =7% so if you can shift something to behind, it would be better for law.
And here as exeption to the rule , on both axles Right side more heavy.
9 out of ten its crossed between the axles.
If you look in part 2 wich gives 1 psi lower advice for both, still Front 575 lbs weightdifference possibel before damage begins at heavyest wheel on axle.
The real weightdifference is 300 lbs so still within the limits.
Rear same story so both ways calculated my system is save for the tires.
Lets see what system of TS192 comes down to.
He adds 5% instead of 10 % but ads 5 psi at the end ,
So I filled in in part 2 5% reserve added and gave 4 psi lower , added 5psi gives 1 psi higher wich is yust what my system gives in part 3, so by accident his system would give save answer in this case.
But then the pressure is calculated with my extra save formula , if you look those determinded loads back in a pressure/loadcapacity list of American make you would get lower pressure .