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Old 09-25-2016, 08:08 AM   #1
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My rim rating was stamped on inside say it after tire blew said max 85psi so everyone try to check this out also some say using nitrogen to fill like new sports cars keeps temp down
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Old 09-25-2016, 08:51 AM   #2
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What PSI were they inflated to when you had the failure? Just curious.
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Old 09-25-2016, 09:28 AM   #3
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The stock tires are inflated 80 psi, if you upgrade to the G-614 those tires are inflated to 90 and those rims are 110, but the valve stems are 100.
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Old 09-25-2016, 11:05 AM   #4
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My rim rating was stamped on inside say it after tire blew said max 85psi so everyone try to check this out also some say using nitrogen to fill like new sports cars keeps temp down
Which rims do you have? You can go on treditire.com om to find your wheels.
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The stock tires are inflated 80 psi, if you upgrade to the G-614 those tires are inflated to 90 and those rims are 110, but the valve stems are 100.
Grumpy the Goodyear G614 tires need 110psi
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IMO nitrogen is great for race cars.

It is also great for tire dealers that talk us into putting it in anything else.

It has been discussed to death on every rv forum but I still don't believe it is worth the cost or trouble.
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IMO nitrogen is great for race cars.

It is also great for tire dealers that talk us into putting it in anything else.

It has been discussed to death on every rv forum but I still don't believe it is worth the cost or trouble.
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Grumpy the Goodyear G614 tires need 110psi
No, that is max pressure. Goodyear pressure chart says, based on weight, 90lbs.
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I run my G614's at 100 psi. That is way more load carrying capacity than I had with the old LR E tires and well below the 110 psi limit of my rims.

Everyones happy for the last 2 years!
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I run my G614's at 100 psi. That is way more load carrying capacity than I had with the old LR E tires and well below the 110 psi limit of my rims.

Everyones happy for the last 2 years!
Norty do you know what your rims are stamped on the outside? Mine say 3750 and Tredit tire told me these rims are good for 110psi.
I've called them 2 times and both guys said the send thing.

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