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RE: Tire pressures

Thanks everyone I truly appreciate all the feedback I got on this one and it makes me understand a little better about tire pressures and what not to do.
RB414921 07/10/22 10:41am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tire pressures

Maybe I just need to reword what I’m saying I’m saying on a long trip I’ve got a tire pressure monitoring system and when I see the pressure getting up to 110 psi do you guys continue letting it to rise or do you readjust it back down to the starting point and continue on with your trip. I was just concerned that reaching 110 psi which is the maximum PSI when you’re driving and it gets above 110 is that a good thing or a bad thing.
RB414921 07/10/22 07:57am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tire pressures

Just saying that’s what I’ve been doing with the original tires and they lasted nine years before we saw any little crack starting to form that’s why I bought the new tires so it seems like whatever I’ve been doing seems to be working any comments on that.
RB414921 07/10/22 05:40am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tire pressures

While driving I’ve never seen the tire pressures go down and when I pull into an RV park and set up for the night the next morning I always readjust the tire pressures back to 90 to 95 I understand what you’re saying about cool down but they normally don’t cool down while I’m driving. This is why I’m asking. Just want to know what everybody else is doing.
RB414921 07/10/22 05:13am Class A Motorhomes
Tire pressures

When traveling with your RV your maximum tire pressures are 110 when it reaches 110 is the general rule of thumb to stop and lower the pressure back to the starting point of 90 to 95 psi? I just bought a brand new set of coopers for my motorhome and this is what I’ve been doing with tires before and just making sure that I am doing the right thing.
RB414921 07/10/22 05:02am Class A Motorhomes
Best 22.5 tire for 22,000 lb motor home?

Going to be making a coast to coast round trip later this year and I’m needing to replace the Michelin 235/80R/22.5 .
RB414921 03/05/22 05:25pm Class A Motorhomes
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