It sounds as if I may be able to achieve a "softer" ride in my 2350/E-450 by running tires below maximum inflation. Based on my weight ticket (attached) and load table here - https://www.goodyearrvtires.com/pdfs/rv_inflation.pdf -it seems I should easily be able to run fronts at 55-60# and rear dualies at 65#. I'm wondering if anyone else is/has done this and what the results in ride comfort, handling and/or tire life were for you?
Thanks everyone for your posts and comments. I went to a CAT Scale yesterday and my 2019 E450 2350 has 3600LB in the front and 8720LB in the rear. Total 12,320. (full water tank, empty gray and black)
So I guess I need to review the previous chart provided and determine the correct air pressure in front and rear vs going by the place card info?
Also, it appears because I have to have 90LB in my rear heavy duty air bags to keep them off the inside block (per Bob at Elkhart Hitch). The rear it not sagging and when you go over a long dip, you can tell the rear air bags are helping, so not convince they are contributing to the overall rough ride especially since most of the rough is experienced in the front. Hard to say. I plan to call Elkhart Hitch this morning and share the rear weight and see if he has any other comments related to the bags.