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Old 05-15-2020, 02:10 PM   #1
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Tire psi inflation plate

I have a 2009 Terra 36t, I bought it used and I cannot locate the tire inflation plate that tells me the psi I need to have my tires. Does anyone know where I can find it on my rig?
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If there is a cabinet behind the drivers seat, look in there.
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We have a different coach but our info placard is mounted on the wall beside the driver seat back. Shows weights, VIN number, tire PSI, etc.
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Ty for the responses, I will look as soon as I get home!
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We have a different coach but our info placard is mounted on the wall beside the driver seat back. Shows weights, VIN number, tire PSI, etc.


Mine also.
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What you really should do is weigh your rig, front and rear or all four corners and then find the inflation table published by the manufacture your particular model of tire.
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What you really should do is weigh your rig, front and rear or all four corners and then find the inflation table published by the manufacture your particular model of tire.
This. Unless it has the exact same tires as on the placard, including load range, the placard no longer is valid.
Use the inflation table for the tires you now have.
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What you really should do is weigh your rig, front and rear or all four corners and then find the inflation table published by the manufacture your particular model of tire.
I agree with Pete.
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