CORRECTED: Sailun S637 vs. Maxxis 8008
In this thread a few days ago I posted a spreadsheet that collects all I can find regarding these 2 tire brands. In particular, I sought to determine if I could replace the Maxxis 8008's on my 2016 Wildcat 295RSX with Sailun's of the exact same size. Since Sailun's are rated "G", I hoped to be able to up my safety when I need to tow at 75mph (as in passing etc.).
Short answer is no. The Wildcat Maxxis option was shipped with HiSpec Series 9 Aluminum 6-lug wheels and in a call today, HiSpec confirms that their wheel is only rated 80psi, not the 110psi required by Sailun to achieve 'G' loads (the HiSpec 8-lug in a 16" is however rated for 110psi). Anyway, here's version 2 of the tables I published earlier (an actual Sailun S637 label was scanned and is included also).
PS. The Maxxis have been perfect and I will be staying with Maxxis
2016 Wildcat 295RSX - 2015 GMC 2500HD DblCab Duramax/Allison 4x4 Z71 6.6' Bed
Maxxis 16" E; Ride Rite AirBags w/AirLift 1 wireless compr; Adv.Folding 4 Cover Andersen Ultimate II Aluminum 5erhitch on Reese Flipball w/Curt 4" offset ball LCI Ground Control 3.0 4pt + 2pt Elec.Rear stabilizers; 3 Slidecovers; 10ft. Portabote 6000# Dexters; mor/Ryde CRE3000 w/HD Wetbolts; King Dish Tailgater; 5hp Outboard Dual A/C; Furrion 48 Rear Camera; Champion 3100 Inverter w/Extended Run