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Old 06-08-2016, 07:37 AM   #1
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GoodYear Marathon Tires (must read)


I'm a bit nutty about tire pressure. We are going on our maiden voyage this weekend with our 2011 Exp 213. I checked tire pressure yesterday and all four tires where set to 35PSI... The tires says 50 PSI so I added air. I'm used to 65PSI on our pop up so I decided to check the online

I found this Product service bulletin

I tend to drive 55-65 while towing...So this was informative


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Old 06-08-2016, 08:53 AM   #2
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This is good information, thanks Brewstercrew. I would have never, ever blown tires up above the psi rating specified on the sidewall but here it is directly from the horse's mouth.

I wonder if GoodYear performed such testing with ambient air temperature of 120 degrees, sun blaring and 75 mph at maximum tire load capacity? Just saying.
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