Please take note..........
The original post asked a question about tire pressure for their motorhome, and identified it as a 2010 Georgetown 337 DS.
Please do not direct them to look inside the driver or passenger door frame as might be found on a Class C or other motor vehicle. Class A motorhomes do NOT have such an entry point to reference.
Other Class A owners (including myself) can direct the original post member to look on the wall near the drivers seat, or look inside the cupboards nearest the drivers seat. These are the most common locations. In either case, these ARE only stickers, and could have been removed.
To assist further, the original post member should include the actual tire size from their rig. Then hopefully another member with the same rig and tires can assist correctly.
Advising someone to inflate to the pressure indicated on the sidewall of ANY tire is incorrect. Tires of any size can be used over any number of vehicles. The tire manufacturer does not specify this maximum pressure for your application, but just the actual tire's maximum pressure.
Let's be helpful together.
Ken and Terry
2010 Georgetown 330TS being pushed by our
2017 GMC Terrain toad (4 wheels down)