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Old 02-07-2005, 02:56 PM   #8
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M.O.C. #36
See if you can determine what the maximum air pressure/weight rating is of those rims. See if they are rated for your circumstances. If they are not rated for your OE tire pressure/load, then you REALLY have a beef. If this checks out, then try dropping a letter to the "Tech Line" section of Trailer Life magazine. It is amazing how high companies will jump if they get a letter from those folks concerning a unhappy customer. Seems they will repeatly ignore your requests for assistance and then miraculously jump through a hoop when their name gets put in the paper. JMHO.
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