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Old 08-14-2015, 11:18 AM   #1
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I have a 2010 23 foot flying cloud AS and have just installed a tire pressure monitoring system. I said in the instructions to set the tire pressure before linking it with the monitor, but do not use the pressure printed on the side of the tire unless it is the correct amount. I guess what I want to know is what is the proper amount of pressure is when the tires are cold?
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I am pretty sure 60PSI is recommended pressure when cold
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You should set the 'cold' pressure each day before towing. There are many discussions about this... Roger Marble, a retired tire engineer, has this website with solid info.. RV Tire Safety
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The tire pressure should be on the street side of your trailer on a metal tag. It should have the Cold tire pressure rating for your trailer. The pressure on the tire is the max PSI, also cold tire pressure.

I have an 2008 Safari 23 ft and you should have C rated tires which should be kept at 50 PSI Cold reading.
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