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Old 02-26-2014, 12:27 AM   #1
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tyre pressures

G'day we have a Mercedes Sprinter / Sunliner EuroKlein Motor Home and love it.

The tyres we have fitted are 195/70R15 and in the cabin the tyre pressure guide says 4.5 kPa which is 65.26 psi however the safey pressure for the tyres is the same.

what pressure do you have in the front and the rear duels

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I use what WGO recommends for my 10 View on a 08 Sprinter chassis which is 61 psi on all 6 tires. I try to keep it simple...I also have Tireman metal valve stems on my dually's...makes it VERY EASY to check tire pressure...running this way for 4 years with no issues at all.
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thanks very much for your advise and help - will give that a go

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