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    Recommended cold PSI and Tire Linc settings for Goodyear Endurance on 22RBE

    Just installed Tire Linc on our new 22RBE and have it connected to the Compass Connect app on my iPhone. We have Goodyear Endurance ST205/75R14 tires (spare is a different brand, but that is another story) and the sidewall says max pressure is 65 PSI. Anyone have any good recommendations for:
    What cold PSI to pump them up to? Live in Utah where daily highs normally in mid 90s. Don't expect to be loading the trailer up to it's max weight very often if ever.
    What to set as Max PSI and Max Temp in Compass Connect/Tire Linc? Want to be safe, but not get alarms all the time.
    Thanks for any suggestions. Heading out on our shakedown trip in a couple of weeks and want to be as ready as possible.
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    Your trailer tires should be inflated to the pressure stated on the weight and inflation sticker on the trailer - then set the nominal pressures in the TPMS to the same.

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    Thanks for the answer, but I am looking for some estimate of how much the PSI and Temps will increase while being towed on a warm day. I don't want to set the Max PSI and Temps so low I get too many alerts, or so high I don't get an alert before a blowout caused by too much heat and/or PSI.
    Probably worrying too much about this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alias100 View Post
    Thanks for the answer, but I am looking for some estimate of how much the PSI and Temps will increase while being towed on a warm day. I don't want to set the Max PSI and Temps so low I get too many alerts, or so high I don't get an alert before a blowout caused by too much heat and/or PSI.
    Probably worrying too much about this.
    Thanks
    Start about 20% over the specified pressure for max. Since the pressure will rarely drop, I set the alarm for 5 lbs low because I want to know quickly if I'm losing air. My tires are inflated to 80 psi so I alarm at 96 and 75. My tires usually run in the low 90s for pressure once I'm on the road.

    158 degrees is the default temperature alert setting on mine and I just use that.

    I don't get any false alarms with those settings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alias100 View Post
    Just installed Tire Linc on our new 22RBE and have it connected to the Compass Connect app on my iPhone. We have Goodyear Endurance ST205/75R14 tires (spare is a different brand, but that is another story) and the sidewall says max pressure is 65 PSI. Anyone have any good recommendations for:
    What cold PSI to pump them up to? Live in Utah where daily highs normally in mid 90s. Don't expect to be loading the trailer up to it's max weight very often if ever.
    What to set as Max PSI and Max Temp in Compass Connect/Tire Linc? Want to be safe, but not get alarms all the time.
    Thanks for any suggestions. Heading out on our shakedown trip in a couple of weeks and want to be as ready as possible.
    I have GY Endurance LR E. I inflate to 80 PSI and they have been running in the high 80's PSI when on the road. And I am in hot weather of Florida. I believe my alarm settings are similar to @jkwilson is running.
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    I set my pressures to 65 cold per the sticker. My TPMS shows the tires run 69-71 on the highway on a summer day.
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    Thanks for all the replies. I think I have a good starting point now.
    On a side note, is there any way to close a thread or disable further replies once the questions have been answered so you don't take up any one else's time?
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    Update from today's travels in the Southeast:

    GY Endurance Load Range E
    Cold PSI 80
    Traveling PSI 87 & 88
    Traveling Tire Temp 109 to 111
    Ambient temp 93
    Real Feel 106
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    My Goodyear Endurance tires have big letters on side of tire with pressure, in my case it's 65 psi. Told my tire engineer that you should always inflate to recommended psi for tire. Pressure will get higher when your pulling camper and tires are designed to handle this added pressure. I always check tire pressure before each trip and inflate to 65 psi if needed. One thing that I've noticed with Goodyear Endurance tires is that you hardly ever have to add air to tires just like with your tow vehicle tires.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckskin View Post
    One thing that I've noticed with Goodyear Endurance tires is that you hardly ever have to add air to tires just like with your tow vehicle tires.
    True. We have been on the road for two months and only had to add a couple of pounds once.
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