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Old 01-10-2016, 08:43 AM   #1
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Aluminum Rims?

I just bought a new 23RLSW with Aluminum rims anyone know the max PSI rating for these rims?
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Old 01-10-2016, 09:38 AM   #2
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Look on the inside of the rim. If it isn't cast into the rim there it will be inside which would require unmounting the tire. Just crawl under with a flash light and take a look.
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Old 01-10-2016, 09:47 AM   #3
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I've been told 80psi from my dealer, but haven't looked at my rim to confirm yet.
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You can also call Jayco with your Vin number, I did that as it was not on the rims.
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Old 01-10-2016, 01:38 PM   #5
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Mine is stamped into the casting on the back side. Don't assume it is 80. No way to tell unless it's stamped or the p/n verified.
The type tire on it now is not an accurate determination.
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When I changed tires I went from a 65 psi tire to a 80 psi tire. Called the manufactor of the rim told them what I had and what it came on, they checked the psi and I was told it would be good. When the tires were replaced we looked on the rim allover and no where was it stamped, printed or written about the psi. Had the tires on for over 18 months and so far so good.
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Another option: Go to this site (Aluminium Trailer Wheels | Sendel Wheels. Find your wheel (Ex, mine is a T03 15x6 with a 6-5.5 lug pattern). You can get that info there. Or, email Adam Deak (adeak@tredittire.com) and tell him what you have, and he'll verify the psi rating. The wheel I described above is an 80 psi wheel.
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When I changed tires I went from a 65 psi tire to a 80 psi tire. Called the manufactor of the rim told them what I had and what it came on, they checked the psi and I was told it would be good. When the tires were replaced we looked on the rim allover and no where was it stamped, printed or written about the psi. Had the tires on for over 18 months and so far so good.
I had the same issue. I looked all over the inside of that rim, and no PSI rating anywhere. However, it did have a "Max Load" listing. Compare that max load to tire sizes (225/75R15) and I ended up with a LR E tire in the appropriate size that maxes out at the stamped weight at 80 PSI. So I figured that's good enough; LR E tire in my size at 80 PSI is what I was installing, so I called it good enough.
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Sorry I thought I mentioned that I have seen some stamped with a wt limit which can be crossed to a load range on the tire mfg. site.
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