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Old 08-25-2016, 08:03 PM   #1
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2015 FC 28 Rear Queen: I replaced the 15 wheels and Marathons with 16" wheels and Michelin 225/75's LTX. Max PSI is 80. I run 75 PSI. Interested in what others are running. I have been reading here that many recommend 65 PSI. Would appreciate any input. I have had several inside rivets to pop.
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2015 FC 28 Rear Queen: I replaced the 15 wheels and Marathons with 16" wheels and Michelin 225/75's LTX. Max PSI is 80. I run 75 PSI. Interested in what others are running. I have been reading here that many recommend 65 PSI. Would appreciate any input. I have had several inside rivets to pop.

I run the same tires and rims at 60 psi. If you look at the Michelin web site they have a table showing the recommended pressure for different loads. For my Pendleton they recommend 55-60. I would expect your FC 28 to be the same but you should check their table.
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I run 65psi as well on my 2015 28FC. Check the Michelin chart as previously mentioned to review the weight/pressure recommendations. The popped rivets can be from a combination of things including tire pressure, hitch setup and road conditions.

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