Originally Posted by clr
BBBlue thanks for your post very good info here. My 2015 Sanibel came with T03 Aluminum rims. I had to send all the information of the back of the rim to Triedt tire and wheel also in order to determine that they were T03. The T03 rim is not able to handle above the load range E tire installed as OEM. So Prime Time has gone even cheaper with the wheels. Just did not want others to think that they were good to go with higher load range tire without checking the rims first.
Not sure if they went even cheaper just with the wheels. When I bought my 2013 3500 Sanibel, I was told that Prime Time was going to go cheap in their future units due to alignment with Forest River. I noticed that the 2012 Sanibel 3500 had a suggested list price of $78,215, 2013 3500-$80,390, 2014-$64,504, 2015-$66,527, 2016- no longer offered the 3500. The drop in suggested list prices post 2013 indicates to me a change in something???