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Old 06-17-2016, 06:20 AM   #21
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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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I am running the G614 235/85/R16's on my North Point. There is not that much difference between these and the 235/80/R16's. They are just a little taller and a little narrower tire. Certainly not enough difference to be an issue.

You asked about what rims I had in a previous reply . . . I have not taken the time to figure out how to post pics on here yet. If you want to PM me your email address or cell # I'll be glad to shoot you back a picture of the rims on my camper.
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Old 06-17-2016, 06:39 AM   #22
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Old 06-18-2016, 06:52 PM   #23
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Hi Schooner,
On our 38 FLSA, I had to replace the wheels as well as they were stamped for 3560 lbs and the Sailun's are 4080 lb tires. Please check the wheels which came on your Pinnacle and upgrade if needed.
Love the Sailun tires.
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Old 06-18-2016, 09:04 PM   #24
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Doing an inspection today in preparation for our trip from MD to California and back next Friday and saw this. I was on the fence before but now I am going to upgrade the tires.

I'm thinking the Maxxis 8008's as they run 80PSI so they for sure will work with my wheels. I'm going to crawl under there tomorrow and see if my rims are capable of 110psi, but they have rubber valve stems so I'm skeptical.

I leave for Canada tomorrow, so I have to order the tires, have them delivered to my house, then run the trailer over to a tire installer Thursday evening.

Should have just replaced them to start with.





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Old 06-18-2016, 09:08 PM   #25
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Hoojs,

Get some Sailun tires and never look back. They're g rated. Really built well....like semi truck kinda tire. Probably around the same price as the Maxxis but much heavier duty. Look for S637 at simpletire.com. That's where I got mine.


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Get some Sailun tires and never look back. They're g rated. Really built well....like semi truck kinda tire. Probably around the same price as the Maxxis but much heavier duty. Look for S637 at simpletire.com. That's where I got mine.


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Would they work on rims rated for 80psi? I'm going to try and look tomorrow to see what they are rated for.



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Old 06-18-2016, 09:30 PM   #27
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Oddly enough I am traveling to Canada tomorrow, Saliun's would be easy to get there. Not sure customs would be thrilled with me bringing them back across the border.


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Old 06-18-2016, 09:33 PM   #28
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Wheel psi rating?

Double check your rims. Mine are rated at 110 psi. If yours are in fact 80 psi, you can still use them, but you won't get the maximum load carry capacity. I believe you get 3750 ish pounds at 110 psi.


On edit: if your rims aren't stamped 110 psi, you can call tredit ( or check their website) to confirm the wheel rating.

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Looks like the Sailuns are cheaper as well. If my rims are good for the 110 psi I will go with those.





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Good choice. You will not believe how heavy the tires are and how thick the rubber is compared to the stock tires. The tire alone is heavier than the stock rims and tires. You will really be shocked at how flimsy and cheap those oem tires really are. When you get the Sailuns you'll know what I'm talking about.


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