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Old 01-29-2019, 08:07 PM   #1
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Hello my happy campers!!! Quick question on optimal tire preasure for 245/70R 19.5G
Looking at the viair tire pump and wanted to make sure it can handle rv tires? Thank you again in advance
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Old 01-29-2019, 08:26 PM   #2
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Hello my happy campers!!! Quick question on optimal tire preasure for 245/70R 19.5G

Looking at the viair tire pump and wanted to make sure it can handle rv tires? Thank you again in advance

Which Viair compressor are you looking at? There are several models with various specifications/capabilities.
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Hi thank you for responding right now considering the
VIAIR Corporation - 400P-RV Automatic Portable Heavyweight Series Air Compressor
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Old 01-29-2019, 10:33 PM   #4
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i have the rv400p and i use it to take my tire pressure up to 110psi. i think it has a duty cycle of something like 15 to 20 minutes and then it must cool off. there is a rv450p model which goes to the same pressure and has a continuous duty cycle. the rv400p works just fine for us.
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Optimal tire pressure is whatever the manufacturer stamps on the sidewall of the tire in my opinion.
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Rv in storage

Thank you I wanted to know if you could tell me my class A is in storage and forgot what the pressure was?
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Thank you I wanted to know if you could tell me my class A is in storage and forgot what the pressure was?

Gotcha. I've known of people who think that is only a MAX on the side of the tire, and if they have less than a full load, perhaps they should deflate some.

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Thank you, yes I agree less than max load unless loaded
Is that normally less then 95 correct?
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There Load and Inflation Charts for MICHELIN RV Tires and also GOOD YEAR RV tires on line. they will guide you through the proper inflations.
Good luck and safe travels.
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