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Old 10-16-2019
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This is a copy and paste from the Michelin web site:
"Always try to check RV tires when they're "cold" and have not been driven for more than one mile. The stated load capacity for a given cold inflation pressure is based on ambient outside temperatures. The pressure in a "hot" tire may be as much as 10-15 psi higher than the "cold" tire pressure. If you must check the tires when they're warm, be sure to allow for an increase in pressure and make sure the pressure of the tires on both sides of the axle are within a couple of pounds."
Phil & Cheryl Roberts
1990 SP36 F/T since Jan'11
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