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Old 07-01-2015, 10:44 AM   #11
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Not to argue the point but running max air could be over inflated depending on your weight. Always weigh your MH with full fuel and everything you take with you including your passengers. This is how you get max life out of your tire and max comfort on the ride. Max pressure on my tires is 120psi. I run 105 on the front and 95 on the rear. Always have tires in the same axle set to the same PSI. You can and should adjust the psi for the weight of each axle.

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Old 07-01-2015, 11:06 AM   #12
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Won't argue if you do all these things on regular basis most people don't I do know that that the g614 Goodyear tire was not rated as high with load as the e series without it fully inflated to max if I had run 80 or 90 psi instead of 110 psi my tires the g rated would not carried as heavy a load as the e and I lost all 4 of those were rated e at 80 psi Thor paid 1500 $ for me to replace the tires I never had another problem

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Old 07-01-2015, 09:21 PM   #13
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ok, thanks for the replys. I will change the psi to 110 tomorrow am an pray for the best. I checked with a tire shop in utah this am while passing through town to the interstate an the svc,mgr said the 80 to 85 range would be fine to run on, however I will change my way of thinking an go with the experts on here as we are new to this class A camping gig.

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