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Old 02-03-2015, 05:48 PM   #11
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That's what I did also. I'm running mine at 100psi. So far love them.
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Old 02-04-2015, 06:10 AM   #12
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I'm very happy with my G614's. The price is high, but it is what it is. Safety and reliability is very important to me.
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Any comments on Goodyear Marathons? I just put a set of them on a friend's enclosed cargo trailer and they seemed pretty good.
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Old 02-04-2015, 05:56 PM   #14
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Any comments on Goodyear Marathons? I just put a set of them on a friend's enclosed cargo trailer and they seemed pretty good.

I have had nothing but bad luck with Marathons over 2 years old.
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etex211, Call Jayco and find out which rim is on your rig, then call the rim manufacture and get the actual rating of the rims. Mine were Tredit rims and Tredit told me they were 80psi rims. So I went with Maxxis 10 ply 80psi tires.
If your rims are 110psi you can go with G614.

However, you might consider the Maxxis M8008 10 ply 16 inch tire, it's a good tire.
When I changed mine this past summer, there was a sticker on the inside of the wheel stating the maximum air pressure, so you may be able to find it that way too. The tag on my 15" wheels said 75psi, but I went with a load range E (80psi) Commodore (I know...). Before I set them to 80psi, I did talk with a tire dealer I trust and he said I wouldn't have any trouble setting them to 80. So far so good.
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Any comments on Goodyear Marathons? I just put a set of them on a friend's enclosed cargo trailer and they seemed pretty good.
They're fine for a cargo trailer.
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