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Old 02-23-2019, 01:06 AM   #1
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Wanting to upgrade from an E rated tire to either a F or G for nitro xlr triple axle . What are the best tires u guys are having luck with?
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Old 02-23-2019, 09:04 AM   #2
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I canít provide any advice on the subject but want to say thank you . I read your post and wondered. Why one would want to go to such a stiff tire thinking that tires that stiff would beat the trl and contents to heck. I didnít want to tp post a rude or confrontational post. So I did some research learned a ton I didnít know and probably never would have if you hadnít made the post
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Old 02-23-2019, 09:13 AM   #3
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I like my Goodyear G614 on my Cedar Creek. Iíll probably go with the tires again when and if I wear them out or age them out
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Old 02-23-2019, 09:21 AM   #4
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Many seem to be going with the G rated Sailun S637 tire if youíre running 16Ē rims that are capable of handling 110psi.

I put them on my new trailer before it left the lot - http://www.gosailun.com/MRT/Tire/S637T.
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I just finished doing a bunch of research on the subject for my tires my size is 235/80R16.

My rims are capable of 110 psi and my trailer Came with load range E. I wish I would have changed to Salunís before my trailer left the lot. Three blowouts later over 10,000 miles Iíve switched to Goodyear endurance.

The main reason I made the change was availability of load range G tires in my tire size ó they seem to be scarce. I didnít want to be caught on the road having to replace a load range G tire and not being able to find one. Additionally I had just purchased two Goodyear endurance tires on the road already so they were brand new and Itís not recommended to mix and match load range.

That said, the Sailun tires are available on Amazon prime

When I have to replace the set, it will be with sailuns. Their product quality reputation and customer service is unmatched.
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I like my Goodyear G614 on my Cedar Creek. Iíll probably go with the tires again when and if I wear them out or age them out


Did these tires come stock on your trailer?
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Old 02-23-2019, 10:53 AM   #7
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Thanks for all the comments and the lack of negative comments ( moose ) . Lol . I have been looking at the sailuns . With that said , this may be a dumb question but how do i tell if my wheel is rated for 110psi ?
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I just finished doing a bunch of research on the subject for my tires my size is 235/80R16.

My rims are capable of 110 psi and my trailer Came with load range E. I wish I would have changed to Salunís before my trailer left the lot. Three blowouts later over 10,000 miles Iíve switched to Goodyear endurance.

The main reason I made the change was availability of load range G tires in my tire size ó they seem to be scarce. I didnít want to be caught on the road having to replace a load range G tire and not being able to find one. Additionally I had just purchased two Goodyear endurance tires on the road already so they were brand new and Itís not recommended to mix and match load range.

That said, the Sailun tires are available on Amazon prime

When I have to replace the set, it will be with sailuns. Their product quality reputation and customer service is unmatched.

If you suspect load capacity might have been a factor in your tire failures you may have compounded it with the Endurance tires. Many of the OEM tires in size ST235/80R16 LRE have a maximum load capacity of 3520#. The Endurance in that size and load range provides 3420# of load capacity.
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Did these tires come stock on your trailer?


Yes
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Thanks for all the comments and the lack of negative comments ( moose ) . Lol . I have been looking at the sailuns . With that said , this may be a dumb question but how do i tell if my wheel is rated for 110psi ?
Normally stamped inside the rim, so you will need to remove the tire to see it.
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