Originally Posted by Byron Kinnaman
In previous discussions on this subject there seems to be a misguided thought that you reduce the harness of the ride on the trailer by lowering the tire pressure. That's kind of the deal with Ford Explorer and Firestone a few years ago.
I have always and will continue to set the cold tire pressure to max side wall marked pressure.
It's your money, spent it as you wish. Just be aware too, that an overinflated tire is more susceptible to damage from rocks, sharp edges, curbs, etc. Hard impacts can break the ply cords inside, but that won't show up right away.
I will continue to opt for a softer ride. Yes, I do increase air in the rear tires
in our TV to allow for the added load from the Scamp