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Old 03-28-2016, 01:13 PM   #21
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I was worried a 235/85 wouldn't fit. I found a Sailun 235/80/16 that is rated for 4,080# at 110psi. Everywhere I've read, Sailun has really good reviews. Might try those tires. http://www.sailuntires.ca/images2/637/637.pdf


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I hope to have my new set here this Thursday (235/80/16 Sailun's). Will be a welcome upgrade from the Westlake tires currently on the 5er.
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Old 03-31-2016, 12:54 AM   #22
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I hope to have my new set here this Thursday (235/80/16 Sailun's). Will be a welcome upgrade from the Westlake tires currently on the 5er.

Let me know how they turn out! Everything I've heard about them is good.


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Old 03-31-2016, 01:35 PM   #23
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Let me know how they turn out! Everything I've heard about them is good.


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I just picked them up today. I can tell you this, they are a BEEFY tire. Each one was 63 pounds and they just feel heavy duty. Hope to get them mounted in the next week or two and have a trip planned for 4/22 so will see how they tow then.
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Make sure they balance whatever tire you install! It will make an enormous difference in wear and durability.


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Old 05-08-2016, 05:23 PM   #25
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Just had the Goodyear's installed on a Sandpiper 365 SAQB 5th wheel. Now I have some piece of mind.
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BTW. Discount tire did them for $300 each
..and then gave me a $120 credit for the 4 tires from my 5er. They were about 4 months old.
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