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Old 05-17-2012, 06:59 PM   #29
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Originally Posted by moisheh View Post
It is not unusual to have one side of an axle with 1000 lbs. more than the other.
I hope you are not suggesting that tires on one side of an axle should be inflated to different pressure from those on the other side of the same axle. That would contradict Michelin recommendations as well as all others I have read.
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Old 05-17-2012, 07:39 PM   #30
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DocJ: Of course not!! You weigh each wheel location on an axle and run all of the tires on that axle at the pressure for the heaviest weight. So if it is an FA and one wheel weighs 6000 lbs. and the other weighs 7000 ( extreme example) then you run both tires at the proper pressure for the 7000 lb. tire. I have also read of RV'rs lbeeding down tires when they get hot in the PM. Another ridiculous idea. One should never bleed off air from a tire. The correct pressure is for a cool tire and the tire should not be checked when it is hot.
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