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Old 07-07-2012, 07:59 PM   #1
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Air pressure Tires/air bags

Can someone tell me the recommended air pressure for the front air bags on a 1981 Winnebago Brave?
Also, what air pressure do you typically run in the front/rear tires?

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Within this link should find your answer for air bags you may have.
You need enough air to have your coach on a level plain and keep from bottoming out over bumps or dips in the roadway.
As far as your tires go you need to have coach weight than follow the tire pressure tables for the weight after you have coach weight with your personal stuff, full gas tank and what ever water you may carry plus LP gas.

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As "007" mentioned, your goal should be to have a leveled ride when you are loaded up driving down the road. The pressure required to do this will vary depending on engine, passengers, and even all of the items you may bring with you.
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