Tyre pressures autocruise starspirit (1 Viewer)

reenag06

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Just put new tyres on but can't find any inf. on tyre pressures. Asked previous owner but didn't seem to have a clue! Have put 55 in front and 60 on rear but that is going from searches on various Motorhomes. A more accurate figure would be helpful. I only use the van for myself and dog so don't carry excessive load for extra weight.
Tyres are 215/70 R15C

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Maureen
 

scotjimland

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Best bet is to Email the tyre manufacturer with the van's max axle loads (from the VIN plate.. )

The pressures they suggest will give you a starting point that you can adjust down from if the ride is a bit harsh.

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reenag06

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Thanks again guys. Love this forum you have all helped me so much as I am a novice!
 
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I ended up with 70 in the rears as I had towbar ladder bike rack 2 bikes extra battery and 200watt of Solars
Also air suspension

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Oh, I have air suspension and solar panels so perhaps should add a bit more....
 
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In my owners manual pack, I have the one from the converters, which for my motorhome is 5.2 bar in both front and rear. My brief maths puts that at 75psi roughly. That's on a Sundance 630l.
So 60 on a smaller van isn't a bad starting point.
 
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Hi we have a Starfire and use 55psi front & 65psi rear, works for us Autocruise recommended these,
any higher makes for a bumpy ride

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