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Old 06-21-2014, 01:32 PM   #1
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Realizing it is just one man's opinion, I would really like to hear his on running the absolute minimum air pressure as listed in the tire load/inflation guides. Apparently many mh owners do just that to obtain the softest ride possible.
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Only reason to run the lowest listed inflation is if you know the actual load on the Motorhome tire is less than the load listed in the chart.

If we are talking about a multi axle trailer the only reason to run less than the sidewall inflation is because they like to replace tires every 2 years.

Now maybe I could ask if those owners run the engine oil at the lowest possible level - just when it registers on the dip stick - below the "Add Oil" mark. This will save them the cost of buying more oil that the engine may need.


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