Originally Posted by Gorlininc
Agreed. Just some posters are saying to keep trying lower pressures until the rig handles better on the road. I'm saying that is no way to set your tire pressure.
My rig is 105 lb up front so 90 lb is very low for me. Just saying
X2. I also don't know what the "recommended range" being discussed refers to unless it's the range between what the inflation tables call for and the maximum PSI for the tire/wheel combination.
As a newbie with a new 40DP, I had the same concerns about the handling of my coach. After giving the dealer, a Freightliner Oasis shop, and an alignment specialty shop multiple cracks at fixing it... I took it to Henderson's Line Up in Oregon where they added a steering stabilizer and motion control units. When I drove it in, it was a white knuckle ride. When I drove it out I was relaxed with only two fingers on the wheel.
BUT, all of the things mentioned so far need to be checked first before putting a band aid on a problem.
Best of luck.