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Posted: 09/15/20 11:04am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

fj12ryder wrote:

TxGearhead wrote:

Always run trailer tires at max pressure no matter how many axles.
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Maybe if you're running ST tires, but I run my Sailun "G" rated tires at 95 psi rather than the 110 psi that is the max pressure. Makes for a much smoother ride. And with 2000-2500 lbs. per wheel I don't need to run the max pressure.


Same here ,but a little more pressure then you , usually right at 100 psi is what I am running them now .

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Cummins12V98 wrote:

Oh yea, AWESOME choice of RV tires!!!



I agree , second best choice he could of made [emoticon] Sorry couldn't help myself [emoticon]

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