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Old 06-30-2016, 06:02 PM   #11
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Bud Man , I have a 16 325 and the wheels are stamped 3200 #, I have not seen the psi rating. The Rainiers have metal valve stems from the factory. Hope this helps. Wish I went my maxxis BTW
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Bud Man , I have a 16 325 and the wheels are stamped 3200 #, I have not seen the psi rating. The Rainiers have metal valve stems from the factory. Hope this helps. Wish I went my maxxis BTW

That's odd? 6400lbs of wheel capacity on what I'm assuming is 7k axles?

Thanks for the info!
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More likely 6k axles.
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Ok, so after searching the Ole Google engine and seeing several comments from tire experts and posts from other forums, I've come to this conclusion.

It doesn't matter what the wheel psi rating is, it's the carrying capacity on the wheel. Meaning, you can put 110psi in a 3200lbs rated wheel (with metal stems of course), but that doesn't mean it will increase the wheel weight rating. I'm not wanting to overload the wheel or trailer for that matter, I'm just wanting more peace of mind for the tires. I want LT or G rated tires that allow me cushion on my Fiver that MAY weigh 14k if grossed out, and LT or G rated tires that allow to exceed 65mph IF needed.

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More likely 6k axles.
Could be? Fiver has a gvwr of 14k, so very well possible.
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Could be? Fiver has a gvwr of 14k, so very well possible.
I still feel better with more tire than axle!
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More likely 6k axles.
That is correct 6 K axles.
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Man, I'm still debating on this, but I'm pretty sure I'm going to go with the Sailun and install metal valve stems if not already installed.
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Da Bud Man I sent you a PM I'm not sure if you received it.
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