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Old 01-23-2014, 08:07 AM   #1
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2006 Navion tires

Replaced original tires with coopers-now have trouble keeping her between the lines-is it tires or something else-

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Old 01-23-2014, 09:11 AM   #2
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Our 2006 View came with Michelins . . . replaced them once with Michelins . . . no problems.

Our current Navion came with Continentals . . . they are noisy, I don't like them, but not having any wandering problems with them (although the newer style V6 chassis is more stable than the previous I-5 one).

How much pressure are you running in your tires? Follow the sticker recommendation by the driver door. Should be running somewhere in the range of 60-65 PSI.

Does your Navion have air bags on the rear? If so, be sure they are aired up properly. If not, you might want to get some (our View came new without air bags, I installed Firestone Ride-Rites and it made a big difference, I kept them at 70 PSI).

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Thanks not sure how much air in back-someone said 35 instead of 70
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