As a new Jayco Hawk owner it is a pretty daunting task knowing the ins and outs of buying a camper trailer from the start, let alone having to learn how to set it up and all the rest of the little things that go along with it, this bought me to subject of the right tyre pressure for the Jayco Hawk and also for our Mazda CX9 we tow it with.
Now every journey begins with the start point.
We have the camper trailer, we got the insurance, we have had the tow ball fitted, also the electrics installed with the electronic braking too, we decided where we were going for our first camping trip and booked it, I have learnt how to put the camper trailer up and made notes (although haven’t actually done it at the point of looking for tyre pressures), and lastly other than hooking it up to the car and driving it, I needed to find out what the best tyre pressure is for the Hawk and also the Mazda CX9.
With anything like this and also being generally time poor, I start my research on Google at 11pm the night before we leave.
There are so many different views to read online about different settings for the camper trailer and the car / 4WD towing it too.
Whether you measure the pressure hot or cold, how far you are travelling, is it on road or off road, the list goes on.