When I first got mine a number of years ago I had the same reaction. Start at about 85 and see maybe 110-115 after driving on the interstate in summer. Seems about the same on all 6 so I donít worry about it. My primary interest it to note any sudden drops and I donít really care a lot about the number. That said, it does seem to be what really happens! Who knew?
I just added an RVI brake and TPMS system.
My the yellow sticker has my recommended tire pressure at 82 for all tires, front and back.
I was stunned at the pressure rise while driving on the freeway. BTW - It was about 80-85 degrees outside.
Rather than hijacking another thread, I was hoping to get some feedback on what is a normal rise in pressure.
Weight and speed have the greatest effect on tire pressure gain. It all has to do with tire flexing (remember it is flat on the bottom) Weight is the main reason the front tires gain less pressure than the rear (less flexing). The inside rear will usually gain the most pressure because of less cooling air around the tire.
Jim & Roy Davis
2016 Hurricane 31S
1961 Rampside in tow