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Old 04-08-2020, 01:43 PM   #81
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Sticker reads 80 PSI. Then inflate them to 80 PSI. No questions.
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Old 04-08-2020, 05:22 PM   #82
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Here is the sticker on my trailer....

https://gopro.com/v/eQDNBrgaePL68



Yes you should run 80 psi cold. Set your TPMS low pressure warning level at 75 - 78psi.


You should also get your RV on a truck scale to confirm you have AT LEAST 15% reserve capacity (Tire Load Capacity divided by Scale weight) should be 115% or better.
I cover Reserve Load in my RVTireSafety blog
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Old 04-18-2020, 05:02 PM   #83
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My Goodyear Endurance Tires are at 85psi. Not sure if running them lower is good or bad, but, as for me, the White Hawk 32RL has a sticker on the side that also agrees with Goodyear, so that is what they are set at for now.

I think Rainer tires are Chinese tires. I call them China bombs as they like to blow up. I traded my 2018 Coachman Clipper 125SST because of these junky tires blew out, and took the entire side off of the camper. Got it fixed, and traded it for the White Hawk. Best thing I ever did. I grew up with a 1963 Gator 1500 Popup, and my parents used it until 1995. When my Mom passed, I sold that one to a collector in Mississippi. While I do not remember the name of the tires (I think Western Auto), I know that they were at least 15 years old, and dry rotted, but, still held air. Guess you never know about tires.
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Old 04-18-2020, 05:22 PM   #84
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[QUOTE=Spaceguy85;847867]My Goodyear Endurance Tires are at 85psi. Not sure if running them lower is good or bad, but, as for me, the White Hawk 32RL has a sticker on the side that also agrees with Goodyear, so that is what they are set at for now.

I'm guessing you made a typo when you wrote 85 psi on your Endurance tires on a 32RL ? I assume you may have meant 65 psi?
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Actually, the sticker does indeed say 80psi. ST225/75R15E Goodyear Endurance Tires.
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Actually, the sticker does indeed say 80psi. ST225/75R15E Goodyear Endurance Tires.
I was thinking the 32RL was a lighter GVW and came with Load Range D tires. I now see it has a GVW of almost 11,000# so that makes sense. What threw me off was your 85PSI, and I was thinking of the 80PSI max cold inflation of the Endurance LRE tires.
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Yes, I understand. My GVWR is 9500lbs.

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