Originally Posted by wmtire
I've always just personally thought it was much easier for everyone to make sure they didn't overload their tires capabilities, air them to max pressure to assure they can carry the weight, and limit their speed to 65 mph or under to be sure......then worry about important things, like did you pack the bug spray and/or remember to close the garage door at the house.
It is certainly true that all tires may not be carrying the same weight depending on whether your camper is riding level or not. If the camper is tilted "nose up" the aft set will have a heavier load than the front (and conversely).
Not sure it will be all that much, however. Much different scenario with a motorhome.
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