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Old 08-15-2013, 05:56 AM   #21
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Rob, I though you and I had the same wheels, but maybe not. I crawled under my Designer prior to replacing the OEM tires with the G614's. My wheels have 110 psi on them. I forget the weight limit, but I am well under it. I have a hair under 3,000 lbs on each wheel.

I just looked at my wheels and they are T02's.
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Old 08-15-2013, 07:35 AM   #22
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My rig has the T02 rims, Cast aluminum. stamped on the inner casting is 3750 - 110psi.

I will be upgrading to E or G when the time comes in a year or so.
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And you had one of your wheels crack as I recall Rob.
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Old 08-16-2013, 07:13 AM   #24
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trailer tire replacment for 2012 pinnacle 35 LKTS

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And you had one of your wheels crack as I recall Rob.
Ed, yes It did

It cracked in the spoke, not sure if the heavier tires caused the crack, weight on the wheels never exceeded the wheel spec.
Dealer did not think the cause of the cracked spoke was due to the heaver tires.
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My rig has the T02 rims, Cast aluminum. stamped on the inner casting is 3750 - 110psi.

I will be upgrading to E or G when the time comes in a year or so.
I meant to type, F or G
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