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Old 03-29-2020, 02:16 PM   #1
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Rim lug pattern and tires

Does anyone know the lug pattern on a 2009 jayco jay feather 17c ex-port? I do not have a spare tire so looking to purchase 2 new rims and tires because I need tires and then save the other 2 for spares.. so my question is what is the lug pattern so I can order 2 rims and tires also do you suggest staying with the st185/80d13 or go with a trailer radial tire and rim? Any info would be appreciated. Thanks in advance
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Old 03-29-2020, 04:24 PM   #2
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Does anyone know the lug pattern on a 2009 jayco jay feather 17c ex-port? I do not have a spare tire so looking to purchase 2 new rims and tires because I need tires and then save the other 2 for spares.. so my question is what is the lug pattern so I can order 2 rims and tires also do you suggest staying with the st185/80d13 or go with a trailer radial tire and rim? Any info would be appreciated. Thanks in advance

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I would definitely get radial tires. Depending on the real weight that you are carrying I would also think about going to 205/75/R14. Probably load range C would work, but you need the weight of the unit to really know. Jay
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I was thinking about going to a bigger size rim wasnt sure if it would fit without issues.. dry weight not loaded is 2850 and the max loaded I think is 3500 I got to take it to get weighted
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Okay that's what I needed to know.. thank you do you suggest upgrading to a 14in rim like others are saying?
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