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Old 06-07-2014, 06:30 AM   #29
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Those tires at 67psi on the rear were good for about 9,700-9,800#,which is more than your rear axle rating, and probably a few psi more than what you actually needed. 80# on the rear is good for 11,112#, a lot more than what's needed.
Your front tires should probably be somewhere around 65# which is good for 4,670#.
It sounds to me like the dealer adjusted the rear tire psi to the GVWR of the rear axle and then some. I don't know what your front tires had for pressure.

Michelin Americas Truck Tire Load & Inflation Tables
My coach doesn't have XPS Ribs on it. It has Michelin LTX M/S 2's.

http://www.tirerack.com/tires/tires....XMS2&tab=Specs
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Old 06-07-2014, 08:27 AM   #30
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My coach doesn't have XPS Ribs on it. It has Michelin LTX M/S 2's.

http://www.tirerack.com/tires/tires....XMS2&tab=Specs
I believe that load and inflation table also applies to your tires (same as mine) since the following statement is with that table.

To select the proper load and inflation table, locate your tire size in the following pages, then match your tire's sidewall markings to the table with the same sidewall markings
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That is a brand new tire made in late April so it shouldn't have failed in what looks like a load fracture. Send the towing and replacement bills to Uniroyal along with that picture and they generally are really good about making good on their product. The inspector must have been asleep at the wheel that day.
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I noticed that 4 of my new tires have the dot with letters followed by the date 1614, but 2 have just the letters which are the same letters in the other 4 but no date.
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I noticed that 4 of my new tires have the dot with letters followed by the date 1614, but 2 have just the letters which are the same letters in the other 4 but no date.

The date code will,only appear on one sidewall. You'll have to crawl under & check the other sidewall.


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