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Old 04-29-2016, 10:47 AM   #81
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Hey guys, anyone looking for a tablet, look no more! These are stupid cheap on E-Bay and they are brand new in the box. I'm only paying $40.00 and free shipping. I expected to pay that much for a used one. I'm sure these are just obsolete, unsold units and that is why they are so cheap. However, it should work just fine for use with forscan. This seller has tons of tablets. 8 or 9 inch were not available at a price like this, but he did have 10". I just thought that would be too big.
Anyway, I'll let you know how it works after I get it on Tuesday!

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Old 04-29-2016, 11:01 AM   #82
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What is the best adapter to get? One using Bluetooth or WIFI? I see a whole bunch at Amazon and I have a F350 6.7?


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Old 04-29-2016, 02:05 PM   #83
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Here is the link to Forscan's WEB site and a list of the adapters. I bought a cheap China made ELM327 adapter.

FORScan Home


Supported adapters :
ELM327
J2534 Pass-Thru
CANtieCAR (in "FORScan" mode)
OBDLink SX/MX (STN11xx)
ELS27 (STN1170)

Supported platforms:
Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10 (COM, USB, Bluetooth and WiFi adapters)
iOS v6.0 and higher (WiFi adapters)
Android v4.0 and higher (Bluetooth and WiFi adapters)

The following link is something I need to do since I got the cheap China model.

FORScan forum • View topic - Performance fix of china ELM327 WiFi adapter
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Old 05-04-2016, 08:54 AM   #84
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What pressure (psi) do you run the front and rear tires at on a stock F350 with the 20" Michelin tires at?

I know max psi is 80 but is 65 normal for all 4 all the time when not towing? I can not find this info anywhere and dealer set them to 70psi which I think is a bit high.

My Pirelli's on my Stock F150 with 20" tires was 35 normal and 44 max so I guess 65 should be normal for all tires?

Since I am only towing a 5100# Roo I assume I can leave the tires at 65 as the Roo hardly puts any weight on my truck, TW is 650 loaded?


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What pressure (psi) do you run the front and rear tires at on a stock F350 with the 20" Michelin tires at?

I know max psi is 80 but is 65 normal for all 4 all the time when not towing? I can not find this info anywhere and dealer set them to 70psi which I think is a bit high.

My Pirelli's on my Stock F150 with 20" tires was 35 normal and 44 max so I guess 65 should be normal for all tires?

Since I am only towing a 5100# Roo I assume I can leave the tires at 65 as the Roo hardly puts any weight on my truck, TW is 650 loaded?


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It will say on your yellow door jam sticker what pressure to use
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The yellow door sticker says 65 front, 80 rear. I too think 80 is too much when not towing or carrying a load. I use 65 all the way around unless the TT is hooked up. It gives a smoother ride.


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The yellow door sticker says 65 front, 80 rear. I too think 80 is too much when not towing or carrying a load. I use 65 all the way around unless the TT is hooked up. It gives a smoother ride.


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That was my thought 80 is Max and makes normal driving tough, dealer set them all different so I will try 65 all around and see how that goes. I will move tears to 80 only when towing my Roo and see how it goes


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65 in the rear should be fine for towing a ROO. 80 is for a maximum load on the rear axle. If you feel you need to bump it go 70 instead. Get some weights at the scale and review an inflation chart.


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The yellow door sticker says 65 front, 80 rear. I too think 80 is too much when not towing or carrying a load. I use 65 all the way around unless the TT is hooked up. It gives a smoother ride.


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My truck's tires are max 80psi, but they are to be filled with 60psi up front always, and 45psi in the rear when unloaded, and 75psi when loaded. My TPMS even has a button for switching between the "light" and "heavy" modes.
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My truck's tires are max 80psi, but they are to be filled with 60psi up front always, and 45psi in the rear when unloaded, and 75psi when loaded. My TPMS even has a button for switching between the "light" and "heavy" modes.


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