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Subject Topic: Caravan tyre pressure Post Reply Post New Topic
02/5/2014 at 5:24pm
 Location: Rochester Kent
 Outfit: Bailey Senator Indiana Range Rover
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I have a Bailey Senator Indiana Series 5.
Those in the know, will know it's single axel.
I've just noticed that both tyres need a topping up of air.
I have a foot-pump for this purpose.
Does anyone know the recommended PSI (pound per square inch) that I should inflate to?
Thanks people!!

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MJBS


02/5/2014 at 5:47pm
 Location: Royal Forest of Dean
 Outfit:  Swift Major 4SB
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Isn't the tyre pressure on the weight plate beside the door? That's where it is on the Ranger. Otherwise tyre pressure depends on the caravan weight and tyre size and load ratings.

Rob

PS You may be able to download a copy of the handbook from the Bailey website, if you go in to the Parts Direct section look for manuals/handbooks on the top left hand side.


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02/5/2014 at 7:48pm
 Location: Wales
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http://www.tyresafe.org/images/tyre-safety-guide/caravan-leaflet.pdf


You could try this


02/5/2014 at 10:13pm
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we have a bailey ranger 510l and the tyre pressure is 42psi
i hope this helps you

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angus.


03/5/2014 at 1:15am
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Size and type of tyre fitted and maximum weight of van, MTPLM, is required to give an accurate pressure


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03/5/2014 at 5:30pm
 Location: West Mids
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As Rob & Tina have suggested, the pressure should be on the weight label which is the norm for Bailey.
That said, if the tyres have possibly been changed for a slightly different spec from original, then pressure could be different, so please post requested info for an accurate reply.
You can't second guess based on others who also have Bailey vans; mine for example are spec'd at 55psi which is a fair bit above the other suggestion posted above.

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Paul

Every day's a school day!



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