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Old 08-10-2016, 09:22 PM   #1
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goodyear G614 tire pressure

Do you have to run 110 PSI in this tire .My 5thwheel weigh 12000. Loaded 15000. My wheels rated 3200. can I run them at 80 PSI or 90 Psi thanks cj
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I run mine at 105lbs


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I don't want to over inflated or under-inflated
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I keep mine at 100 psi. My Vengeance weighs around 17,000 lbs. or so loaded down on triple axles.

But I think I read recently that running them at 80 psi is not a problem if the wheels aren't rated.
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Here is what Goodyear says in the inflation guide.

http://www.goodyearrvtires.com/pdfs/rv_inflation.pdf
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Thanks a lot for the comeback on the pressure I think I'll run then at 85 PSI
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Goodyear says with my wheels I can run them between 85 and 90
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Goodyear says with my wheels I can run them between 85 and 90
What does your wheel manufacturer say about that? Their name is on the wheel, email them about load capacity and inflation pressures.

Are the rims rated for the high capacity GY tire? Are they 6.5" wide?

https://www.goodyeartrucktires.com/t...13922909900000
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Do you have to run 110 PSI in this tire .My 5thwheel weigh 12000. Loaded 15000. My wheels rated 3200. can I run them at 80 PSI or 90 Psi thanks cj
You have to provide all the details about your original tires and then ask questions about replacements for them.

The bottom line for replacement tires is for them to have a load capacity equal to or above the OE tires. When using tires from another design or size the load capacity is achieved with inflation pressure. 80 PSI on the G614 tire = 3042# of load capacity.

If your trailer had OT tires sized LT235/85R16E your in the ballpark with the G614s, but, you are wasting a lot of money on tires that are just going to provide the same load capacity as the OE tires.
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I looked at the tables and for mine is 110lb


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