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Old 06-19-2016, 08:20 AM   #31
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Mine are stamped max payload 3580. Anyone know if that is 80psi or 110?


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Old 06-19-2016, 09:10 AM   #32
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Same as I have on mine. The rims are payload rated to be more than the axle rating (2 rims@3580>1 axle@7000). The rims can handle the 110psi. I've had my sailuns on for 7-8 months without issue.


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Old 06-19-2016, 09:26 AM   #33
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Same as I have on mine. The rims are payload rated to be more than the axle rating (2 rims@3580>1 axle@7000). The rims can handle the 110psi. I've had my sailuns on for 7-8 months without issue.


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Then Sailuns it is. I checked Amazon last night and in spirit on how my week has gone they had 3 in stock. So I'll call my local tire dealers in the am and if nothing order them to be shipped.

Thanks again for all the help.




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Old 06-19-2016, 09:41 AM   #34
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No problem
Make sure you get the metal valve stems when you get them installed.


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Old 06-19-2016, 11:48 AM   #35
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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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Good call, that picture is a warning of things to come. I would not go any farther than the tire shop and very slowly.
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Old 06-19-2016, 03:37 PM   #36
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I run Gladiator QR35-TR tires. They are a 14 ply G rated tire and cost the same as GoodYear Marathon's. Just got back from a 2700 mile trip to the Black Hills, and ran most of the time with the cruise seat 72-74 mph. These Gladiators are rated at 95 Psi. I had them on my 365 BHS and moved them to my 377RLBH and have accumulated 12,000 miles, and they are wearing great. They are basically a semi-tractor steer tire. I stay off of this form mainly because of threads like this. I have said this once and will say it 1000 times for all the "experts" on here. I have read 100's of post about tire failure and a rare few about wheel failure. I don't know what my wheels are rated at and I don't care. They should be rated to carry the load of my trailer, and 15 psi of extra pressure or for that matter 35 psi is not going to cause a wheel failure. If I was going to buy a new tire for my 5ver it would be a Gladiator or a Saliun tire. I would not waste my money on GoodYear G rated tires or moving to H tires. Too many people have had great luck with the Gladiator or Saliun tire.
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Old 06-19-2016, 08:04 PM   #37
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For what it's worth do yourself a favour and instead of putting on better 16's do the 17.5" inch upgrade. Higher load rating, higher pressure, and commercially rated tires. The search function will lead you to the tire upgrade promised land.
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Old 06-20-2016, 07:24 PM   #38
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I ordered the Sailun g637 today and they will be delivered tomorrow. I don't get home until Thursday so hopefully the mounting goes smooth. I had them shipped to a local truck tire shop I have used before. $587.00 shipped seems like a good deal.

I had to go with the 235/85/16 as they don't carry the 235/80/16's.


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Good call. You'll be very happy with your decision


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Old 06-21-2016, 06:21 AM   #40
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I could never get a clear answer to what my wheels are rated at. They are 3580lbs for 8lug. One place said they are marked inside on the barrel but I found nothing. Last fall I replaced the TowMax's with S637's. I put 13,000km on them this past winter with no issues. I never towed loaded with the Towmax's so I can't compare the ride to know whether it's the tires or not but the stuff inside my fiver takes a heck of a beating.
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