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Old 01-29-2014, 09:51 AM   #1
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Maxxis tires

Anyone change out the tires on a whitehawk to maxxis. I have another original tire with a bubble in the side wall, i dont trust these tires anymore. If you have installed maxxis tires which ones did you get and where did you find the best deal. Thx
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Old 01-29-2014, 01:17 PM   #2
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My original tires a still OK. I will get Maxxix as replacements. They make several 6 ply tires, which have higher weight rating
http://www.maxxis.com/Industrial/Tra...ST-Radial.aspx
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I have a Jayco fifth-wheel. I bought a set of Maxxis ST225/75R15 Load Range E tires about a year ago and now have about 9500 miles on them with no issues. I bought mine from a local, non-chain store tire dealer.

I'm not sure what load range tires came on your trailer, but going up a load range may be a good idea.
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I have a Jayco fifth-wheel. I bought a set of Maxxis ST225/75R15 Load Range E tires about a year ago and now have about 9500 miles on them with no issues. I bought mine from a local, non-chain store tire dealer.

I'm not sure what load range tires came on your trailer, but going up a load range may be a good idea.
That is what I will buy when the time comes.
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I put a set on my G2 shortly before I sold it, they were 10 ply if I remember right, $400 for 4 tires mounted and balanced.
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