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Tyre Pressures

Jim

Ringleader
Jul 19, 2007
31,329
80,392
Sutton on Sea
Funster No
1
MH
C Class Diesel RV
Exp
Since 1988
Travelworld suggested I had my tyre pressures at 75psi all round (except the spare which after there pre delivery inspection was only 10psi:eek:) When I was at Duncan's Place he got some charts out along with tyre guides and worked out EXACTLY what my pressures were, after a bit of calculation he decided to put 80psi in all round. I asked if I would feel the difference and he said I definitely would but the ride might be harder.

Well those 5psi made the ride a tad harder, but the handling was just much better, it held a better line with less of the lifeboat in a storm imitations. Thanks Duncan, it was a good tip that has probably saved me a bit of fuel as well. ::bigsmile:
 

Road Runner

Free Member
Jul 26, 2007
1,398
1,447
Europe
Funster No
16
MH
yes
Exp
Since before Motorhomefun
Get yourself a real RV capable electric pump they are so handy:winky:
 

Tony Santara

Free Member
Jul 26, 2007
1,492
113
Cheshire (ex Mancunian)
Funster No
17
MH
A class RV
Exp
since 1994
Get yourself a real RV capable electric pump they are so handy:winky:
Hey John
i got one of those its 400 amp jump starter and air compressor in one tried the air compressor works great on my Winnie not had to try the jump starter yet tho
its made by Lectrolite cost me 19 squid

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Hugh Jardon

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when i got my mh the tyres were around 55 psi each, when we were in france and loaded up with beer i decided to get them up to 80psi

it took ages with a foot pump and the pump gave out on the 5th wheel

i would recommend an electric pump as using a foot pump is knackering to say the least:whatthe:
 

johnsandywhite

Free Member
Jul 29, 2007
2,339
19
Doncaster/Spain
Funster No
31
MH
'A' Class RV &
Exp
11
:eek: When I first started with RV's (1988 Coachmen Classic), the dealer I bought it from and all the professional recommendations was 65psi. After a double offside blow out? I decided to do some investigation and found out that when loaded the pressure should be between 80 psi and 90 psi. Same with our rear Air bags and 65 psi in the front air bags. :winky:

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