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dpersch

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    Wisconsin
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  1. Hope it's OK if I ask another newbie question here. My Ford chassis , and the Michelin tires have inflation limits of 65psi front, and 80psi rear. I spoke to Michelin dealer yesterday, and he stated always keep inflated to those numbers (65, 80). In doing some research I found I should inflate based on the weight riding on each tire(s). Do I go with the chassis max, or go to to a weigh station (fully loaded), and inflate based on the chart? Thanks Doug
  2. Thanks for the help, and laughs. We are excited for our first adventure! Doug
  3. We just purchased our first motor home. It is a 2006 Lexington M-255DS, and it is 26'. This rig does not have any on-board leveling. The previous owner said because it is a smaller rig he never had a need for any leveling devices, or chocks. I'm assuming I need both some type of leveling system, and chocks. My questions are: (any product recommendations would be appreciated) Will I need chocks? Will I need a leveling device/system? If I need to level the rig do I need to level both rear tires, or just the outside tire? Thanks Doug
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