It appears there is some confusion about my recommendation on inflation.
In my post, #23, I said "Motorhomes"
can use actual load and adjust inflation accordingly. The link under motorhomes, suggests adjusting the inflation based on the actual tire loads so I see no problems.
I make a different
recommendation for trailers
. Based on engineering analysis
multi-axle trailers have different tire needs and therefor have different inflation recommendation. That being to run the inflation on the tire sidewall. i.e. the "Max Inflation".
To help clarify I will offer this link
for weighing trailers. Here you will see the same recommendation I make to run trailer tires at max inflation. You will note the procedure to learn individual tire loads is the same as in the other link. The difference is that this web site is aimed at a different market. i.e. trailers.
For those that were confused I apologize for not making two different posts. I have learned that unless I make the two part statement one about Motorhomes and the 2nd about trailers some people may do just a quick read and make an incorrect assumption that I am saying that all RVs should run max pressure, or that all RVs should adjust for load, which of course I am not.
As a tire engineer I try and not make the broad generalized statements that others may be comfortable with but try and be specific.