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Old 09-15-2022, 09:35 PM   #29
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Originally Posted by IAlreadyGot1 View Post
Given your weights and axle ratings of 12K front and 19K rear, it’s possible that a LRG tire with a lower minimum pressure requirement, at least on the rear axle, might allow for a more pleasant ride than the particular LRH tire that you’ve selected, which appears to have a minimum required pressure of 95psi. It could that more isn’t better in this case.
Mine are 10,800 front, and 19k rear, and yes, I’m over tired…..
My coach “rides” great. I’m playing with pressures to see if it’ll improve how it “drives”.

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As for the repeater, if you can locate and utilize an ignition switched power source for the device, it will always be on while driving.
That’s been my plan for the last 6 months since I bought it. Just keep forgetting to do it…….
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Originally Posted by mlpeloquin View Post
If you check, that placard on your RV, truck, or car is for the maximum weight your vehicle is rated for on the axle stated.
Yup, and Firestone, Goodyear, and other tire mfgrs say not to go below that placard.
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