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Old 09-07-2016, 01:16 PM   #31
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Thanks for all the info. I could not see anything else on the rims other then the lbs. That doesn't mean its not there.

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Old 09-08-2016, 08:25 AM   #32
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I had a factory rep check the VIN on my 36FBTS and the specs say my wheels are only rated for 80psi. I believe the load rating is 3850.
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Old 09-08-2016, 09:05 AM   #33
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Actually it is both , you want a higher load value AND better quality.

I just pulled the trigger on the S637 last week and I was so socked at the difference between my towmax and the Sailuns. The towmax where so flimsy it was crazy. I do not regret one bit so far. And for 900$ canadian installed , I doubt that you can find a better tire !
Ditto on the Sailuns, just changed my Westlakes to S637s. Jayco should be ashamed of the Westlakes but still putting them on the Toyhaulers.
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After much research I just pulled the trigger on a (5) tire and (5) wheel 17.5" package.
Went with the Sailun S637.

I guess piece of mind comes at a cost.
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Old 09-08-2016, 03:12 PM   #35
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Make sure the wheels can handle the weight and/or 110 lb pressure. The wheel should be stamped 3960 lbs or higher.
I called Jayco to ask about wheel ratings. He told me to call Tredit who supplies all wheels.

My wheels are stamped 3750.

Called Tredit and the guy said as long as I don't have TO3 wheels, every other wheel can be used for 110 lbs. of air.

There website is: treditire.com

They show all their wheels on there.

Hoping the guy is CORRECT.............
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After much research I just pulled the trigger on a (5) tire and (5) wheel 17.5" package.
Went with the Sailun S637.

I guess piece of mind comes at a cost.
Good move. I went with the Goodyear G114 instead but the Sailun's are a good tire.
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Good move. I went with the Goodyear G114 instead but the Sailun's are a good tire.
Thanks, I already feel better and I haven't even got them yet. Lol
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I did not see them because they were installed by the dealer as part of the deal. But I am sure they are.
As eldermike said, I also did not see the wheel rating, and the Goodyear's were part of the deal. I specified/requested the dealer make sure the wheels were appropriate for the tires and pressure.
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I asked weeks ago about this.
Did the dealer balance the tires conventionally or did he use balancing beads?


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I asked weeks ago about this.
Did the dealer balance the tires conventionally or did he use balancing beads?


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I have not received mine yet, and I don't know what their method of balancing is. Apparently you have concerns about one or the other. Please elaborate
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