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Re: [RC] trailer tire pressure - oddfarm

If you "soften" the ride, your tires will not be wearing properly. My tire guys ask me EVERY TIME I go in, "When do you check your tire pressure?". The correct answer is EVERY TIME before a haul. My little trailer requires 65 psi, but the one with the living quarters requires 110 psi.
Lisa Salas, The Odd fArm
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Sent: Thursday, July 31, 2008 6:17 PM
Subject: [RC] trailer tire pressure

I took my trailer over today to have a new tire put on (eeek, don?t even ask $$$) and the guy checked the pressure in my other tires.  He said there was supposed to be 65# in my tires but there was 55# in all of them.   It made me wonder if a little less air in the tires would give the ponies a better ride.  Do you all ?air up? your tires to the requirement or do you soften them for an easier ride?  I want my tires to last a long time but still?.  those ponies.



[RC] trailer tire pressure, Ann Blankenship