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Old 04-05-2014, 08:51 AM   #31
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I keep my fronts at 100 and my dualies at 96.Its better to be a little over than under.Whatever you do, make sure that the dualies are all exactly the same.
Agree, makes sense.
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Old 04-06-2014, 08:07 AM   #32
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2013 350XL.....I had 4 wheel weight done and results are:
Front driver side - 93.5lbs
Front passenger side - 93.0 lbs
Rear driver side - 88.5 lbs
Rear passenger side - 87.0 lbs

After 4 wheel weight, coach tracks straighter, rides smoother and better fuel consumption (albeit very very minor). Had the weights done at an FMCA rally. Highly recommend those rallies.
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Old 04-08-2014, 10:26 AM   #33
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At the suggestion of a group member in this forum I purchased a tire pressure monitor in December, and I LOVE it. It is mounted on the dash and while driving it continually scrolls through the pressures of each tire as well as the temperature. If one ever gets low an alarm goes off. I set all tires of my 337xl to 90 cold. they vary according to temperature up to as high as 107, but all stay within 1-2# of one another
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Old 04-08-2014, 12:28 PM   #34
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At the suggestion of a group member in this forum I purchased a tire pressure monitor in December, and I LOVE it. It is mounted on the dash and while driving it continually scrolls through the pressures of each tire as well as the temperature. If one ever gets low an alarm goes off. I set all tires of my 337xl to 90 cold. they vary according to temperature up to as high as 107, but all stay within 1-2# of one another
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Many people are unaware that tire pressure increases as the tire warms up.
90 psi will easily increase to 100 plus psi when on the road.

I love my tire monitor while driving. Keeps me aware if something is happening or wrong.
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