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Old 12-28-2015, 04:51 PM   #11
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I thought nitrogen was gimmick too. Been using plain compressed air 60 years. Got 36CKTS with nitrogen and can not believe how stable the pressure stays. With '06CKTS had to re-air every season (average 15k miles year). Three seasons and 12k miles with nitrogen, have not had to adjust pressure.

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Old 12-30-2015, 08:38 PM   #12
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The only right way to know the "correct tire pressure" is to have the coach weighed by wheel and then check the tire company's web site and look at their tire weight tire pressure guide.
Now most are going to tell me i'm nuts how can you do this, but it is getting to be the only way to stop some of the tire issues that are all over the internet.
Some scale houses do have wheel weight scales, and Escapees has done it way now for some time.
Hope this helps and Happy Camping

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