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Old 01-28-2015, 12:11 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by gashog View Post
OK this is a stupid question, whats a Aframe?
Not at all, see Here for a couple pictures of mine. You can also "Click" on the T21QBHW link in my signature and it will take you to the FR websites A-Frame section.

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Old 01-29-2015, 11:47 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by gashog View Post
OK this is a stupid question, whats a Aframe?
They are made by the FR pop up division and the topic of this sub forum. See the link for the Rockwood A122S in my signature.

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I'm not sure about D Load Range being OEM for 2015.
That's good to know. I guess correctly sized Cs are capable of holding a 3300 lbs trailer. It could just be that the D radials were more available in prior years. To generalize my advice then, make sure the tire seller installs tires that are at least as capable as the OEMs and doesn't undercut capacity out of ignorance.


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