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Old 05-10-2010, 11:13 AM   #1
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Tire pressure

I have the Goodyear G670 275/70/R22.5 tires on our Providence. We had it weighted and came out with the following...

LF 5100 RF 4850

LR 9250 RR 10500

If I read the tables at the Goodyear site I would be safe and have a good ride at 90 psi front carrying cap of 5400 per tire and 100 psi on the rears with a carrying capacity of 5390 lbs per tire

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Please correct me if I'm not reading this correctly
RonK, I just checked, you got it right!
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I'd take a serious look at my rear end weight distribution, though. A 1250# difference from side to side is not good. Anything you can move around to improve that is a worthwhile effort.
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Good read azloafer

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It's interesting the suggestions that are made here.I was a bit overweight on the front of my rig and right on in the rear and was told to move more weight to the back..Not sure where I'd put it as except for the DWs clothes in the closet,there's not too many places to add 500#. I s'pose I could add some shelves in the engine room..
I agree that 1250# is a lot to be overweight on one side..You might want to get reweighed at another scale just for the heck of it.I took my weights and they just didn't figger and weighed EVERYTHING in my compartments,guess-timated all the food (an average can of food is 1# and a case of beer is 18#)in the fridge and pantry,the DWs clothes,full propane,20 gal of fresh water and hardly any holding tanks and I was still about 500# lower that the scale.
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