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Old 02-14-2016, 10:16 PM   #41
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Now I looked at the new Cedar Creek, the Champagne Edition and it looks like the G614 comes standard on them. I looked at Lazy Days website


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I finally walked the lot today. This was the only Cedar Creek with 17.5" wheels on it. The others came with 16" tires.


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Old 02-14-2016, 10:19 PM   #42
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I finally walked the lot today. This was the only Cedar Creek with 17.5" wheels on it. The others came with 16" tires.


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That's the first time I've ever seen 123psi ......interesting!

Ps thats a sweet looking trailer!
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Old 02-14-2016, 10:21 PM   #43
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That's the first time I've ever seen 123psi ......interesting!

Ps thats a sweet looking trailer!

Yeah, that was kind of weird. My tires say 125 psi.

It was nice, but only had 3,000 lbs. of carrying capacity.
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Yeah, that was kind of weird. My tires say 125 psi.

It was nice, but only had 3,000 lbs. of carrying capacity.
I've only had G rated 16's and normal 22.5"semi tires and all of those were 110psi.....at least that i noticed.
If i was toting our Sabre all over, I'd probably get the 17.5's also
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If and when I trade for a Cedar Creek 36CKTS it will come with the Goodyear 17.5 H rated tires or else me and the dealer will have something worked out on the side. DW and me really like the 36CKTS but we don't like the full body paint


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That is a nice looking rig. I'm going to guess that the reason for the 17.5 and 125 psi is due to the rig GVWR and only having two axles to carry that load. that high of pressure is at about the limit for portable air compressor one might carry for servicing their rig.
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Old 02-15-2016, 09:53 AM   #47
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That is a nice looking rig. I'm going to guess that the reason for the 17.5 and 125 psi is due to the rig GVWR and only having two axles to carry that load. that high of pressure is at about the limit for portable air compressor one might carry for servicing their rig.
So much truth. I found that my 3 gallon pancake compressor didn't have the guts to top up my tires. I sold it from my campsite in Colorado Springs and had a new Viair compressor sent to me.
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My air compressor pumps up to 110 but it takes one or two times but DW gave it to me for a Christmas present. It will work for now, just not real fast


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I have a DeWalt compact air compressor rated to 150PSI and this is carried in the front basement of my Cedar Creek. My Porter-cable compact air compressor in my wood shop will only go to 125 PSI and would not fill the 110 PSI tires very fast. That's why I bought the DeWalt and made sure that the rating was 150 PSI.
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I finally walked the lot today. This was the only Cedar Creek with 17.5" wheels on it. The others came with 16" tires.


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Just a head's up in case you overlooked it. Those tires are speed rated "J" = 62 MPH. The TRA does not allow manipulation of inflation pressures/load capacities to gain more speed for tires rated by their manufacturer at 65 MPH or less.
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