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POTTAWATOMIE COUNTY, Okla. (Gray News) – As far as Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s deputies could tell, they were dealing with an armed man who refused to pull over and wouldn’t obey commands to exit his RV.

Robert Scott said he turned around to get his wallet and didn’t realize police were trying to pull him over. (Source: KFOR/CNN)

But as Robert Scott told them, he was just hungry.

A McLoud police officer tried to pull Scott over for allegedly making an illegal turn, but he kept going until he got home.

Police called in other agencies once he went inside his RV. Body camera footage captured chatter among officers that indicated they feared Scott had a gun.

“We need you to step out that travel trailer, show us your hands and walk back to us,” Lt. Travis Sullivan could be heard saying over a loudspeaker.

Scott didn’t budge.

Authorities didn’t find success until they reached him on his cellphone.

Scott told Sheriff Mike Booth the whole thing was a misunderstanding. He claimed he was on his way to get a cheeseburger when he realized he’d left his wallet at home.

Scott said he turned around to get it and didn’t realize police were trying to pull him over. Even though he’d spoken his truth, Scott wasn’t ready to surrender.

Booth knew it was time to deescalate.

“You want that cheeseburger?” Booth asked Scott.

“Yeah,” Scott responded.

“Alright, let’s go get a cheeseburger,” Booth said.

Just like that, it was over. They took him to Curtis Watson’s Restaurant for the burger that began his ordeal.

“And while he was sitting there eating his hamburger and drinking his Coke, the end result was a decision was made that he’d be going to jail,” Sullivan explained to KFOR. “If that’s what helps get him out, I’ll go buy him a hamburger. I don’t have a problem with that.”

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Can people tell me what you run tire pressure on front and back dually tires with a loaded 5k truck camper on.
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at that weight, I would consider the truck “fully loaded” and I would follow the manufactures recommendations placard which is probably on the door jam.



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70 psi in the fronts and 65 psi in the rears.




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GeoBoy wrote:

70 psi in the fronts and 65 psi in the rears.

that is the psi what I run in my older 3500 DRW. This truck runs full axle/tire loads with my heavier GN trailers.
I would forget the vehicle makers door sticker psi as they have no idea how much load any truck will carry which may be at the lower GVWR/tire placard rating or full RAWR/tire loads which may be a couple of thousand lbs more…..like my truck.



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JIMNLIN wrote:

I would forget the vehicle makers door sticker psi as they have no idea how much load any truck will carry which may be at the lower GVWR/tire placard rating or full RAWR/tire loads which may be a couple of thousand lbs more…..like my truck.

If you were to load a DRW truck at the rear tire ratings, your rear axle would be carrying 50-60% more than the axle is rated for and the GVWR exceeded by 80-100%. There is simply no argument that such a load could ever be safe. DRWs have a lot of excess tire capacity.

To the OP, I would use the door sticker ratings. For my SRW it is 75 psi front and 80 rear, for a DRW it would normally be the same in the front and 65 psi rear. DRW trucks have more tire capacity in the rear than the rest of the truck could ever handle, 65 psi will be plenty.





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GMC door sticker on my dually says 70psi front, 65psi rears…..when loaded for big trip I am just over my GVWR…..I run 70psi front, 72psi rears…..tires run good temps at speed and corner really good. I have had an issue with two OEM valve stems rubber blowing out like it was rotten….GM replaced all 7 with solid metal screw in stems under warranty, but insisted there was no problem or recall on OEM ones….hmmmm?



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So the card on door jam is tire pressure fully loaded?




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dennych1 wrote:

So the card on door jam is tire pressure fully loaded?

Yes, it is fully loaded. This will cause slightly more wear in the middle of the tread in situations where the truck is not fully loaded, but it is better than being underinflated.

If you want to be spot on you need two things:

1. Actual weights on each wheel.
2. Manufacturer’s inflation chart for your brand and size tire.

Anything else you’re just guessing. Most people can guess okay enough to get by.



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If you were to load a DRW truck at the rear tire ratings, your rear axle would be carrying 50-60% more than the axle is rated for and the GVWR exceeded by 80-100%. There is simply no argument that such a load could ever be safe. DRWs have a lot of excess tire capacity

Jeeez….Read what I said and note at the bottom of my reply I said “like my truck”.
My older 3500 drw has LT225/75-16 E tires at 2470 lbs capacity for “dual application”. Four of them = 9880 lbs total.
This truck also has a 8200 rawr.
Now having said that I have no idea what year model one ton DRW truck your talking about.




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I drove on scales with my TC and about 5000 lb of camper + 120lb generator on front hitch calculated to 70 psi front and 60psi rear.
I added 5 in the rear as safety precaution.
Without front load it would come to 65 psi all around – aluminium bed that is about 300 lb lighter than steel.




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Kurt Busch makes a pit stop during the NASCAR Cup Series auto race at Kentucky Speedway in Sparta, Ky., Saturday, July 13, 2019.

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Site: Loudon, New Hampshire.

Schedule: Friday, practice, 12:05 p.m. (NBCSN), qualifying, 4:35 p.m. (NBCSN); Saturday, practice, 10:05 a.m. (CNBC), practice, 12:35 p.m. (NBCSN); Sunday, race 3 p.m., NBCSN.

Track: New Hampshire Motor Speedway (oval, 1.053 miles).

Race distance: 318.5 miles, 301 laps.

Last year: Kevin Harvick won despite leading just 12 laps.

Last race: Kurt Busch won his first race of the season at Kentucky.

Fast facts: Busch has exactly one win in each of the last four seasons. He has 31 Cup wins overall, 14 of which came between 2002 and 2005. … Kyle Busch has 11 top-five finishes in New Hampshire, most of any active driver. … Martin Truex Jr. has made 25 starts at Loudon without a win. But he did lead 83 laps in 2018.

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Site: Loudon, New Hampshire.

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Track: New Hampshire Motor Speedway (oval, 1.053 miles).

Race distance: 211.6 miles, 200 laps.

Last year: Christopher Bell took first after qualifying second.

Last race: Cole Custer won for the fifth time in 2019 last weekend.

Fast facts: Custer collected just one win apiece in 2017 and 2018 before his breakout campaign this season. … Tyler Reddick has a 67-point lead atop the standings over Bell. Custer is third, followed by Austin Cindric and Noah Gragson. Reddick also leads the series with 12 top-5 finishes and 14 top 10s.

Next race: U.S. Cellular 250, July 27, Iowa Speedway, Newton, Iowa.

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Race distance: 268.2 miles, 300 laps.

Last year: James Hinchcliffe led 65 laps for his only win of the season.

Last race: Simon Pagenaud won on Toronto’s street course.

Fast facts: Pagenaud sits in third place in the standings despite tying for the series lead with three wins. He is 39 points behind Josef Newgarden, who also has three wins, and four points back of Alexander Rossi. … Newgarden has six podium finishes in 11 starts this season. … Ryan Hunter-Reay leads all active drivers with three wins at Iowa. Hunter-Reay took the checkered flag in 2012, 2014 and 2015.

Next race: Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio, July 28, Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, Lexington, Ohio.

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Site: Morrison, Colorado.

Schedule: Friday, qualifying, 5 & 8 p.m.; Saturday, qualifying, 5 & 8 p.m., Sunday, finals, 3:40 p.m., FOX.

Track: Bandimere Speedway.

Last year: Leah Pritchett won at the track outside Denver.

Last event: Steve Torrence took Top Fuel honors in New Hampshire.

Fast facts: John Force (Funny Car), Greg Anderson (Pro Stock) and Hector Arana Jr. (Pro Stock Motorcycle) also won at Bandimere in 2018. … Force picked up his only win last year in Colorado, the 149th of his career. The 16-time world champion is still seeking his 150th career victory. … Pro Stock Motorcycle series leader Andrew Hines has already won four events in 2019.

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J.D.’s Wildlife Sanctuary in Bynum will be living up to its name on July 20, as it will be hosting the “SubRosa WeirdFest,” an outdoor music festival with seven artists that’s sure to be a little weird and a little wild.

Sub Rosa is Latin for “under the rose,” and is often used to describe something secret.

“We originally wanted to hold the event at the Rose Room in Pendroy, so the idea of a secret party in the Rose Room appealed to us — even though we want a lot of people to come,” said Dawn Anderson, one the organizers of the festival. “Then, as we were talking about it, one of the performers who’s a friend of ours, Chris Sand, said it sounded like a cool, little weird festival, and it just stuck.” Anderson will also be singing backup vocals with a few of the acts.

The event starts at 4 p.m. on Saturday, with acts performing until about 11 p.m. There is a $10 suggested donation to attend. Lawn chairs, blankets and bug spray are recommended.

There are seven musical acts slated for the night:

Izaak Opatz

Originally from Whitefish, Izaak Opatz is a “mountain man” who used to compose melodies in his head while working on a trail crew in Glacier National Park. He then decided to take his music on the road, and has had the opportunity to share the stage with artists such as Jackson Browne and James McMurty. Opatz takes a country style and peppers it with inflections of jazz and punk to make a unique sound.

The Best Westerns

In addition to his solo career, Izaak Opatz has been the front man for The Best Westerns, an alt-country band based out of Missoula, for the past six years. They’ve been described as everything from country rock to electric folk. According to the group’s bandcamp profile, their debut (and only released) album, “High Country,” was named CMT’s “best country album we never heard of” in 2014.

Godfrey and Tod

Nathan Godfrey and Mike Tod of Calgary, Alberta, form an acoustic folk duo hearkening back to simpler times of cowboy songs around the fire, ragtime tempos and the old family ballads of Appalachia. They use a variety of instruments to create their retro sound, including resonator guitar, banjo, mandolin and “banjolin.”

Chris Sand

Chris Sand says he uses “humor, music and poetry to tell stories, build connections and get people thinking.” Also known as “Sandman the Rapping Cowboy,” Sand grew up in Charlo and now makes his home in Missoula. Not afraid of crossing genres, he often mixes and country and rap, and will sometimes add tones of folk and punk to his music.

Miss Lana Rebel and Kevin Michael Mayfield

Hailing from Tucson, Arizona, Miss Lana Rebel and Kevin Michael Mayfield have made a name for themselves playing music throughout the West with guitar, fiddle, harmonica and singing saw. You won’t find boot-stomping barn dances and raucous party ballads from Lana Rebel (who surprisingly used to play in a metal band). She has completely changed genres, trading thrashing riffs for the calm pickings of early American country, folk and blues, with songs that focus on love and sadness.

Max Hay

Max Hay grew up in Helena and cut his teeth in the music industry by performing in Missoula in his early 20’s. After attending the Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences in Tempe, Arizona, he worked as a sound engineer and tour manager for various artists before taking his own music on tour. In addition to performing, he also does sound engineering, band consulting, sound equipment rentals, voiceovers and other audio-related work on the side.

Caroline Keys and the Unrelenting Breeze

Caroline Keys is a classic country artist based out of Missoula. She has collaborated with Opatz and The Best Westerns in the past, and has opened for The Lumineers and Dwight Yoakam. According to her website, the Missoula Independent readers’ poll voted her “best musician” in 2018. She is also a published poet, teacher, literary editor and a former music critic for the Missoula Independent.

J.D.’s will serve food and drinks throughout the night of the festival. In addition, Dark Side Fermenters out of Kalispell will be donating free kombucha samples to the crowd.

There are two lots available for tent camping, for no additional charge. People are also free to bring RV’s and campers, but no hookups are available. For those who decide to camp overnight, J.D.’s will be offering a biscuits and gravy breakfast on Sunday morning.

“I’d like to stress, too, how much of a collaborative effort SubRosa is,” said Anderson. “Yve Bardwell from Choteau is loaning us her trailer for the stage, Jay Bruns in Missoula is donating sound equipment. All of our performers are hauling out not knowing what to expect. We couldn’t pull it off without everyone pitching in, and that feels special.”

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US Rep. Jackie Walorski, from Indiana’s 2nd Congressional District, will be on hand to help open the brand-new RV Technical Institute on Sept. 23. The Grand Opening celebration will feature an official ribbon-cutting ceremony at 5:30 p.m. followed by tours of the new facility that features seven classrooms and 10,000 square feet of bay space for hands-on technical training.

“Northern Indiana is the RV Capital of the World, and Hoosiers know the RV industry plays a key role in growing our economy and is leading the way to strengthen our manufacturing workforce for the 21st century,” said Rep. Jackie Walorski. “The Grand Opening of the RV Technical Institute in Elkhart will mark the beginning of a new chapter in American manufacturing, and I look forward to celebrating this exciting occasion.”

Over the past several decades the country has steered a generation towards a single goal of earning a college degree, which has led to a nationwide epidemic of crippling student debt. At the same time, we’ve abandoned investment in developing young skilled workers, while the demand for skilled labor has skyrocketed. The grand opening of the RV Technical Institute’s education hub in Elkhart, along with the completion of the level one curriculum is a first step in aggressively solving the industry’s shortage of trained technicians and the RV industry and the Elkhart community are committed to addressing the nationwide need for qualified service technicians.

“We’re honored that Rep. Walorski can join us during the Grand Opening of the RV Technical Institute this September,” said RV Technical Institute Executive Director Curt Hemmeler. “The RV industry is proud to lead the way in showing how the development of technical skills can lead to long-lasting and rewarding careers.”

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