Originally Posted by jadatis
Mayby Tireman9 wants to share some data about it with you.
But you can also make the topic more general and ask for the axle , or better seperate wheel weights in relation to the GVWR or GAWR's.
Then you can converse that to your motorhome.
But for good understanding , the weight divisions repeated here where for the R/L division per axle, and not front/rear.
Its even possible that front axle Right is more heavy and rear Left is more heavy, so crossed weight differences.
How did you weigh your motorhome, per axle or wheel(pair)?
And how did you determine the needed pressure for that, looking in American made Pressure-loadcapacity lists mayby?
Also then you can read the topic of link I gave.
I weighed mine with a 4 corner weight. Weight at each wheel hub front and back. Best way to do it, not all weigh stations or truck stops can do it though.
Got my 4 corner weight with family in coach , full of fuel, propane, fresh water full ,empty gray and black since that is how we travel and all of our normal gear. Also had the toad weighed fully loaded with bike racks etc...
As far as determining pressure I referenced the good year tire chart manual that came in the paperwork for our coach when we bought it.