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Old 06-09-2019, 03:43 PM   #1
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Currently we have the Goodyear G614 RST LT235/85R16 on our 38' 5th wheel. Will need to replace by next year. What are you all using?
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Old 06-09-2019, 03:47 PM   #2
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Currently we have the Goodyear G614 RST LT235/85R16 on our 38' 5th wheel. Will need to replace by next year. What are you all using?
Oh, we run 80 psi and seems to be fine in the Texas heat.
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Old 06-09-2019, 04:04 PM   #3
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Currently we have the Goodyear G614 RST LT235/85R16 on our 38' 5th wheel. Will need to replace by next year. What are you all using?
The Sailun S637 is the ONLY tire equal to the G614s, and it cost about 25% less
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Sometime around 2015 or late 2014 Cedar Creek switch from Goodyear tires to Westlake tires. I have been running the same set since I purchase my trailer new in May of 2015. My tires are Westlake ST235/85R/16 load range G 129/125 L. The tires are aired up to 110PSI for a load of 4080 LBS each.

I believe other owners of the newer Cedar Creeks have been using the same tires and I have not seen or heard of very many if any tire failures on Cedar Creeks.

I plan on replacing them sometime late this year or early next spring since they will be 4 years old by date code in Aug.
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G614's are 110 psi tires. Not as much load capacity at 80 psi. They are good tires, buy 'em again.



I upped to H rated Goodyear G114's. 400 more lbs capacity per tire at 125 psi.
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G614's are 110 psi tires. Not as much load capacity at 80 psi. They are good tires, buy 'em again.



I upped to H rated Goodyear G114's. 400 more lbs capacity per tire at 125 psi.
Buying tires rated more than required, just bounces the crap out of your rig. Buy tires rated slightly above axle capacity.
But buy G614, Saliun, or Hercules tires.
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Old 08-19-2019, 02:41 PM   #7
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For our RV, I'm a Goodyear G614 fan. When we bought our 37MBH about 2 months ago, 2 days later the Westlakes were removed and replaced with 614s. Past 5er I had too many blowouts and issues with China Bombs and, knock on wood, none since switching to Goodyear 614s. Greatest peace of mind ever.
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Old 08-29-2019, 08:42 PM   #8
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G114 215/75R17.5 LR-H on 41' Silverback
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Old 08-29-2019, 09:22 PM   #9
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We just opted for the Provider G rated tires to replace the factory Westlake that were there. No issues with the Westies, but I've watched Providers take a beating on the flatbeds axles. They seem to work well with abuse.
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Old 09-04-2019, 09:16 PM   #10
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Provider ST235/85R16. 14 ply rating. Load range "G"
5 star rated on etrailer. Might cost a touch more than goodyears.

I really like them.
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I've been happy with my Sailun tires.
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We're using Westlake 235/85 -16 on a 2019.5 CC 36CK2, probably identical to your 2015 CKTS. 80 PSI would be fine because the CAT scales show we're hauling just under 12K lbs loaded for travel. I run 90 PSI with a TST 507 TPMS and on a 95 degree clear weather days the temp only goes up 10 degrees and psi goes up 15 lbs. Ceramic balancing beads counter-act the TST sensor weight and after 10,000 miles there is absolutely no tread wear.
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Old 10-11-2019, 04:03 PM   #13
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I ran Michelin XPS Rib LT235/85 R16 on my Big Country. I was going to swap the wheels and tires with my Silverback I just picked up only to find the Big Country has 8 lugs and the Silvercack 6 lugs. Both are Lippert 6000lb axels...minus one point for the Silverback. I will be putting on the Michelins before too long, don't like the stock tires...I have had good luck with Maxxis too.
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Iíve got over 11,000 miles on my 2017 CC 34RL2 on Westlake tires with no sign of were. I donít know whatís on the market right now but in two years Iíll be looking.
Good luck with your choice
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