Thanks for checking those numbers! Since I no longer have my 370
, I couldn't go look at the numbers. Anyway, I took the 370 to a truck scale fully loaded, and found I needed 80 psi in the front, and 60 psi in the rear. I'm suspicious you will be very similar since the 345 is so close to the 370. I couldn't remember the max. psi for the wheels, as you know, so I really appreciate that information. That's why I posted the entry about NOT inflating tires to the max. listed on the sidewall. If one did that in your case, for example, they would have over-pressurized the WHEELS by 20 psi
! I am a little surprised the wheels are rated for only 90 psi, but since that's what is says, it's all the more important to follow the load procedure to set tire psi correctly
Thanks for the info.