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Old 08-06-2015, 09:07 PM   #21
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Thank you for asking this! We just completed a 3600 mile trip in our brand new 2016 Grey Wolf and I was wondering the same thing (first RV!). Temps ranged from the upper 30's to low 90's during the trip. When starting out from home I set to max 50psi (low 80's temp) but psi would be low 40's on the colder mornings. I was using a TPMS (the TST mentioned above) and did notice the pressure would increase to mid 50's once driving so I just left it alone.

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Old 08-06-2015, 09:13 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by mike.t View Post
Help clear some air here. Was it air or Nitrogen ?
Our Silverback was purchased in late October, 2014.....Tires came filled with Nitrogen....When I installed the TPMS last week, they were reading about 70 psi....I filled them to 80 psi with my 12V air compressor....nothing but straight air went in and I then installed the sensors.

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