Motorhome

The correct inflation pressures for your motorhome’s tyres can normally be found in the manufacturer’s documentation or on a sticker on the vehicle. You can also obtain advice on your tyre pressures from your vehicle or tyre manufacturer.
In the absence of this information, this calculator may be used for guidance on tyre inflation pressures.

Front Axle Rear Axle
  Single
Plated maximum axle load or the fully laden axle load kg kg
Tyre size including C or CP marking and the Load Index

Suggested cold tyre inflation pressure:

Front Axle : psi /   bar


Rear Axle : psi /   bar

Do not exceed the maximum cold inflation pressure marked on the tyre sidewall.


Advice :

Tyre valves must be suitable for the inflation pressures and for the wheels, and must be in good condition. Metallic or special high pressure valves are normally required with CP-type tyres. Seek the advice of a tyre specialist.

CP-type tyre construction enables the use of higher inflation pressures to provide resistance to the difficult conditions of use encountered on motorhomes. Therefore, when CP-type tyres are fitted on the rear axle in a single formation set the inflation pressures to 5.5 bar (80 psi) for all loads.

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Motorhome Tyre Inflation Pressure Advice

The correct inflation pressures for your motorhome’s tyres can normally be found in the manufacturer’s documentation or on a sticker on the vehicle. You can also obtain advice on your tyre pressures from your vehicle or tyre manufacturer.
In the absence of this information, this calculator may be used for guidance on tyre inflation pressures.

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