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Old 07-02-2013, 06:21 PM   #11
Tim & Lisa Trempert
Join Date: Sep 2008
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Originally Posted by Falcon35
I had mine weighted and according to the tire chart I should be at 90 but I put in 95 to be on the safe side.
Weighing your RV and then using the charts for your tires is the only right way to do it. Over inflation can cause issues as well. The pressure on the sidewall is for the maximum load limit on the tires. Most Georgetowns don't weigh that much.

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