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Old 10-28-2013, 03:43 PM   #51
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I find this thread kind of funny. We are only talking about the difference of 10mph which will only save you an hour and a half on a 10 hour trip and will eat up more gas. When pulling my trailer I try to keep it at 65mph and when I feel adventurous I push it up to 68mph. Part of my enjoyment when traveling is traveling.
Excellent observation. I agree wholeheartedly as that's exactly the way I feel. Don't understand all the controversy over 10psi. Kinda senseless to me.
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Old 10-28-2013, 04:09 PM   #52
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Excellent observation. I agree wholeheartedly as that's exactly the way I feel. Don't understand all the controversy over 10psi. Kinda senseless to me.
X10. PLUS I think if you are within about 80% of the MAX load range your're better off going up one LR on your tires and wheels. We have seen how close these rigs get to max load and what happens when a tire shreads. AND how poorly some of the ST tires hold up.

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