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Old 03-19-2016, 12:35 AM   #41
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Originally Posted by blwnsmoke View Post
Thanks, once the snow has melted, I'll take it to the scales and see where we are at. I have everything still packed in there except for clothing and food so I'll be within a few hundred pounds of what we normally have. Once I know that, I'll go back to the Maxis or Marathon.

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When looking for replacements with more load capacity than your OE tires you're also looking at having to change rims.

There are more than a half dozen trailer tire manufacturers that manufacture the ST235/85R16E tire with a load capacity of 3640# at 80 PSI. They are a little taller (1.1") and a little wider (.3").

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Old 03-19-2016, 03:14 PM   #42
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Goodyear Unisteel G614 RST is a great tire to consider. One of the best made if not the best.

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Old 03-19-2016, 03:24 PM   #43
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Unless I'm looking at it wrong, a lot of the $400 prices I'm seeing include the new sized rims..........

GOODYEAR LT215/75R-17.5" RADIAL Tire/Modular Rim (8 Lug), L.R. H

Wouldn't that be plug and play???

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