Originally Posted by dadstoy
You will get a dozen different answers here and the only real answer is to have your MH weighed and then run the pressure recommended by Goodyear for the specific tire you got. That answer always pisses me off because how many people can actually get their MH weighed? Very few. The pressures you mentioned were for the bias tires at the time. My manual states the same. I got new tires one month ago and went in with 70 lbs in all six. Tire shop said to leave them at 70. A 200k rig sitting next to me came in for new tires and the tire guy said the owner runs at 90 lbs but it rides like a rock. I wish someone had a typical tire chart that stated the average pressure to run. I for one will probably never have the chance to weigh my MH
1,200 certified three-pad scales nationwide by just one company: CAT Scale Locator
With those readings one can consult the tire manufacturer for best pressure against load. Neither too high nor too low. A scale is the only way to be accurate. While axle position by axle position may be best, the industry uses an average across
the axle in it's calculations.
And, an accurate gauge. This company rates highly: PCL
Ordinary gauges can be off considerably (10% or more).
When ready to buy I would also start with the tire manufacturer for vehicle-specific tire recommendations, versus a dealer trying to move inventory.
Centramatic or BalanceMaster would be next on my list.