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Old 01-28-2014, 11:19 AM   #1
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Tire Pressure for a 32' 3010

I'm picking my new Rv up this week and was wondering what tire pressure most of you are using. I'll be pulling a toad most of the time and it seems like the common PSI I've heard is 70 in the fronts and 85 rears. Thanks for all the help

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Old 01-28-2014, 11:23 AM   #2
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there should be a sticker telling you tire air pressure on the door post driver side

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Old 01-28-2014, 02:23 PM   #3
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If it's a Ford chassis, I think you'll find 75 front, 80 rear on the sticker.
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Old 01-29-2014, 05:08 AM   #4
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You should not be asking what others are using, but ask what is needed for your RV to drive savely for the tires.

I can calculate that with my motorhome-tire-presssure-calculator .
But need for that some information wich you can find on RV and tires.

For the tires I need Maximum load or Loadindex.
Kind of tire so Loadkind ( E-load/10PR for instance) to determine the pressure needed for the maximum load ( wich is not the maximum pressure of tire).
And best would be if you also give the speedcode presented in a letter ( N stands for max speed of tire 140km/83m/h)

From cars preferably weighed seperate wheel(pair) loads in the loading you ride with , second best is axle weighing , but in lack of those we have to do with the GAWR's ( gross axle weight ratings).
GVWR(Vfor Vehicle) is also handy .
Then the configuration of car like number of axles, and number of tires, front and back.

Then I will give a picture of my filled in spreadsheet wich gives high pressure-advices that still give acceptable comfort and gripp, but leaves as much possible reserve for things like.
Pressure-loss in time.
Little overloading in combination with unequall loading R/L.
Misreadings of pressure and loadschales ( even a calibrated schale has its inaccuracy)

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Old 01-29-2014, 07:48 AM   #5
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Always have your rig weighed with it loaded. Then you can
add air correctly.

Best advise I have gotten from different forms.

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Old 01-31-2014, 07:03 PM   #6
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I run 75 front and 80 rear. According to the tables I could go 70/75. I choose too run at the higher pressure. Fully loaded I'm 13500 lbs. 9300 rear, 4200 front.

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