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Old 09-23-2016, 07:51 PM   #1
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Tire pressure

Tire pressure: there is no tire pressure markings per se on the tires on my coach… However it does say max load XXXX at 80 PSI cold. The fronts are at 60 and my single axle rear dualies are all at 58 I did the math using my GVWR for front and rear and it falls within the limits… The tires are not overloaded but to look at it the rears do look low…

Should I go to 80 are use something in between?

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What size tires?

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There is normally a placard on the wall beside or behind the driver's seat with tire pressure info!

I think that is based on the GVWR of the MH.
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Can't tell anything with the actual coach weights, or at least the axle rated weights. Until you have those in hand, run them at the 80 psi for max load. Anything less is risking an early tire failure. You can't "do the arithmetic" with GVWR - at the very least you need axle ratings, if not scaled axle weights.

Are you sure they are LT235/75R16? I've not heard of that size. LT23585 is common, and there is also an LT245/75.
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