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Old 01-30-2017, 03:34 PM   #11
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Obviously no way to track mileage on a camper.
On my '12 F-250 you can enter up 5 trailers [I think] in the on board computer and it keeps track of the miles on whichever you select. Once you plug in, it gives many options. The last time I checked, my Jayco had 3320 miles as we usually camp within 100 miles of home.
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Old 01-30-2017, 03:46 PM   #12
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I went ahead and pulled the trigger on three 8-ply M8008's, a few minutes ago, they should be here in a couple days.

Thanks for the input.
Good choice. I don`t think it can hurt to go up a load range if the rims can take the additional psi and yours can.
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Old 01-30-2017, 03:59 PM   #13
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On my '12 F-250 you can enter up 5 trailers [I think] in the on board computer and it keeps track of the miles on whichever you select. Once you plug in, it gives many options. The last time I checked, my Jayco had 3320 miles as we usually camp within 100 miles of home.
Same with my Ram.
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Good idea, funny how we forget the simplest things!
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Just finished bolting them on, got an M8008 for the spare as well.

As I suspected, didn't really lose any ground clearance with these tires since they hold the weight so much better.

Had metal valve stems installed on all three wheels in case I ever decide to install TPMS.

I appreciate everyone's help with this!





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Very nice! Did you have them balanced?
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Very nice! Did you have them balanced?
Yes, all three.

I did confirm that the weight rating for the wheels was 2,830 lbs by the stamp on the back side of them, but couldn't find the max pressure rating.

Jayco told me 110 psi., HiSpec says it depends on the valve stem used because they've pretty much quit rating their wheels based on max psi, but they too confirmed that I'm good to go at 65 psi.
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Old 03-12-2017, 06:26 PM   #18
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We just swapped our factory tires for a new set of the Goodyear Endurance. What a huge difference in the bounce from the sidewalks. Are heading on a 10 day trip after St Patrick's Day and will give a better review of them after. Load Rating was 2,200 and speed rating is "M" (81 mph) not that I would want to tow that fast.


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We just swapped our factory tires for a new set of the Goodyear Endurance. What a huge difference in the bounce from the sidewalks. Are heading on a 10 day trip after St Patrick's Day and will give a better review of them after. Load Rating was 2,200 and speed rating is "M" (81 mph) not that I would want to tow that fast.


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So those are 10-ply (E-rated) correct? What size did you go with?

Since we switched tires at about the same time and have the exact same TT we should be able to get a good head-to-head comparison of them.
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So those are 10-ply (E-rated) correct? What size did you go with?

Since we switched tires at about the same time and have the exact same TT we should be able to get a good head-to-head comparison of them.

They are pretty similar to the Maxxis you put on but I have 205 75/R14.

On the R14 tires they are "D" rated (8 ply). I don't have the Baja so I have the smaller tires. They are inflated to 65psi and are rated at 2040 lbs.


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