Originally Posted by CHICKDOE
thanks for all the info, really appreciate it. looks like a small 110 volt compressor might be in the works. they say they will supply 100+ psi? (our tires are max 110 psi but I plan to run them at 100psi). i have 110 outlets on the outside of the trailer. plus a 110 inverter in the truck. again, really appreciate the feedback!!!!! we're new to this (but learning real fast). I've learned a lot from many of you and i THANK YOU!
I would inflate your tires to the max air pressure of 110PSI to insure that they do not fail because of under inflation air pressure. Tires will heat up faster due to lack of inflation air pressure to support the tire load than a fully inflated tire.
Now if you have weighed each individual tire/wheel to find the load that is being placed on them. Than you can use the tire inflation tables published by the tire manufacture and set the air pressure according to that load.
I have down this on my truck since I am running 10ply tires; but I do run the max air pressure in my trailer tires.