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Super_Dave

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Posted: 11/01/20 05:05pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Where do you get your 110 psi? Wondering where to take the 5th wheel to get the tire pressure back up. It has been a few years and they are down to around 90 psi.


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Have one of these in my travel toolbox and have used it to air my Suburban LT265/75R16E’s trailer tires up to 80PSI

https://www.amazon.com/GSPSCN-Portable-........ers-Compressor-Inflatables/dp/B07VVC1JHD

https://www.amazon.com/GSPSCN-Portable-Cylinders-Compressor-Inflatables/dp/B07VVC1JHD

Double cylinder good for 150PSI

$65 bucks

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Any tire shop.
Or if you have a decent sized portable AC, you can get 120-130+ psi out of them.


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RVing without the ability to inflate all your tires to the recommended air pressure in a dry campsite isn’t wise.


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two stage home compressor, 175psi max


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Lwiddis wrote:

RVing without the ability to inflate all your tires to the recommended air pressure in a dry campsite isn’t wise.


That's why a Via Air Compressor is in basement.


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What tires are you running that require 120psi. I don't even fill my 22.5" class A tires to that pressure. I run them at 87psi, per the weight of the coach and the tire manuf weight/pressure chart.


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ktmrfs wrote:

two stage home compressor, 175psi max


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Lwiddis wrote:

RVing without the ability to inflate all your tires to the recommended air pressure in a dry campsite isn’t wise.


Maybe not as convenient, but unwise??
Cmon man...


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Super_Dave wrote:

Where do you get your 110 psi? Wondering where to take the 5th wheel to get the tire pressure back up. It has been a few years and they are down to around 90 psi.


Well here’s proof that y’all that are OCD to +\- 1 psi, do I fill in the morning or evening, rotate the tires into or out of the sun, etc, might be just a bit too fixated on the merits of exact tire psi.
Rock on Dave!

On the flip side, I have like find it difficult to function around the house without a good air compressor.
Sounds like it’s time to buy one. Or stop by a tire shop. Free air, as many psi’s as you can fit in your tires!

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