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Old 11-19-2019, 03:40 PM   #1
Shoregrass
 
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Cool Tire pressures

I have a 2020 Vista 29VE. The info plate on the wall near the driver's seat says that I should run my 19.5" Goodyear tires at 82 psi. The tire sidewall says that the max. load pressure for these tires is 110 psi. I have started running the tires at 86 psi. to get better gas mileage... maybe I could even run them harder? I know there are some factors here that I need to be aware of - like heat expansion in the summer and the fact that I don't want to shake this thing apart on poorer road surfaces. Even fully loaded according to the sidewall, I'm still under the max. individual carrying weight for the fronts or the duals in the back. I had it weighed on a scale.

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