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BMC (Bluebird Motor Coach Unique Issues) If you have a unique issue with your BMC coach and it can't be answered in one of the other forums here, then this is where you can list it.....List your BMC Parts here too.

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What are the tire pressures on the 37 BMC where can you get or what are the head lights "off" of
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Carrying the bulbs into Napa should do it as far as identification goes, new guy should run that coach over a scale to determine load and pressure.
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No what I am asking about is the enter light assembly not the bulb. Tires is there a sticker from BB for "recommended" tire pressures
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late model 90,s chevrolet pickup truck
plate on the water manifold 100psi front 90 rear for the tires
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Headlights as well as the rest of the BMC front lights supposedly are from 1995 Chevy Pick up. Tire pressure Drive 90 Steer 100.
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Crit, you need not apologize and suggestion about the scale is right on will do within the hour, no kidding
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After weighing mine I have to run more pressure than the sticker calls for.

Like 120 in steers and 110 in the drives on load range "H" tires.

Headlights are 1994-1998 Chevrolet Silverado headlights.

If you find a good replacement headlight OEM housing please let us know. I polished mine out and are acceptable but new would be better. I also installed Siverstar headlight bulbs as an upgrade. In addition, check the aim of the headlights and driving lights before you need them. I don't think my BMC was ever driven at night as the headlights were aimed at the ground 20 feet in front of the coach. Adjustment requires a star socket. It can be reached behind the headlight after extending the generator.

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After weighing mine I have to run more pressure than the sticker calls for.

Like 120 in steers and 110 in the drives on load range "H" tires.

Headlights are 1994-1998 Chevrolet Silverado headlights.

If you find a good replacement headlight OEM housing please let us know. I polished mine out and are acceptable but new would be better. I also installed Siverstar headlight bulbs as an upgrade. In addition, check the aim of the headlights and driving lights before you need them. I don't think my BMC was ever driven at night as the headlights were aimed at the ground 20 feet in front of the coach. Adjustment requires a star socket. It can be reached behind the headlight after extending the generator.

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Rock Auto.com has them. I've had good luck with them. Price is good & ships fast. Paul
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Paul,
What's the part no. with rock auto?
FYI, we ride 110 front 100 back on our 95 BMC.
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