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Old 06-07-2016, 05:06 AM   #11
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I replaced my original Marathon E rated tires with Good Year G614's right after I bought it. Fortunately my wheels were rated for 110 psi.
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Old 06-07-2016, 10:50 AM   #12
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I replaced the tires (G) and wheels on my Pinnacle 38 FLSA as the stock Jayco wheels were rated at 3580 lbs. I went to Sailun 235-85R16 all steel and I found a wheel which looks just like the factory ones. You can find the weight and/or max psi stamped into the back of the wheel.
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Old 06-14-2016, 06:48 AM   #13
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OP here. I had the G rated Sailuns mounted yesterday. Tech commented that the Sailun tire alone was heavier than the E rated Raniers with the rim. The rims are rated for a max load of 3750 lbs.
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Old 06-14-2016, 08:03 AM   #14
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Replaced the Rainier tires and wheels on 38FLSA with Goodyear G614 and Sendel wheels (almost identical look to original wheels), all ordered from Amazon..
Started out as a sidewall blister on Rainier. Tredit tire replaced the tire under warranty, when the replacement came in I was surprised how flimsy it was. That's what made me decide to replace all the tires, I just didn't have any confidence in the Rainiers... The Goodyear felt like it weighed at least triple the Rainier, very stout tire...
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After lots of questions at the tire shop I kept my factory rims rated at 80psi and added the Goodyear g614 rated for 110psi but running them at 80psi. So far I have about 1k miles on them with no problems. With my tire pressure monitoring system the tires stay at around 95psi after they heat up and around 100 temp about the same that my towblows were running hot. Our trailer is only around 12k pounds loaded so it's over kill for our trailer but after both rear tires failing in the first couple years I was done with towblows and wanted something better.
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Old 06-15-2016, 09:11 AM   #16
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Wow, I'm surprised Goodyear says it's ok to run the tires 30 psi low. Hopefully the tires don't give you any problems and if they do Goodyear will stand behind them. We have the Sailun H rated 17.5" 125 psi tires and were told not to ever run them below 120 psi but our unit weighs in around 15,000 lbs.
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Old 06-16-2016, 12:44 PM   #17
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I recently purchased a North Point model and I did not trust the Ranier tires based on history, so, I kept the very low mile Goodyear G614's I had on my Montana that I was trading in. I called Tredit and told them which wheels the North Point had on it and they told me it would be fine to use the G614's at 110# PSI on the wheels. When I got the wheels off the camper I did see that they were rated for 3750# which is the correct weight to run the higher pressure.
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I recently purchased a North Point model and I did not trust the Ranier tires based on history, so, I kept the very low mile Goodyear G614's I had on my Montana that I was trading in. I called Tredit and told them which wheels the North Point had on it and they told me it would be fine to use the G614's at 110# PSI on the wheels. When I got the wheels off the camper I did see that they were rated for 3750# which is the correct weight to run the higher pressure.


What do your rims look like? I would like to get the g614's, but not switch rims


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Is anyone running 235/85/r16's on their northpoint? It comes with 235/80/r16's and I don't see the g614's in the 80.


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OP here. I had the G rated Sailuns mounted yesterday. Tech commented that the Sailun tire alone was heavier than the E rated Raniers with the rim. The rims are rated for a max load of 3750 lbs.


Good call on swapping out to Sailun. I can confirm that the tires alone are indeed heavier than the rims and rainiers combined.


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