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Air pressure and suggestion what pressure I should be running in my sportchassis rha 350 106 for front and rear axle

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It really depends what the weight of your truck is and the load that you are carrying.

I put softer sidewall tires on mine and are running 95 in front and 100 in the rears but I worked  that out with the load table of my tires and having everything weighed so I know what weight is on my 5th hitch.  Sure runs better than the 120 in all six that the last owner had...

Hope this helps.. 

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Knowing your weights and having a load and inflation table go a long way in determining your ideal tire pressure. Setting the tires to the correct pressure will provide you with the best ride, your best tire footprint, and braking/handling. 

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110 to 120 psi in the front works very well. On the rear empty i stay at 95 and loaded i am at 105.  my wear is very even.

Loaded for is grossing 46,000 lbs and around 4,000 on the pin.

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