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Old Yesterday, 03:06 PM   #21
paul01
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Sailuns are great tires for a fiver. mine have worn well and I have had them for 2 years with no trouble. took a trip up 81 north the road was very rough almost like off roading. No trouble at all. the trailer handled well. throughout the whole trip.
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Old Yesterday, 03:06 PM   #22
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I just replaced my G614's with Sailun S637's, $514 shipped to my house from Simpletire.com via eBay item.

The date code on the 614's was July 2012, bought trailer Sept 2013.
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Old Yesterday, 05:02 PM   #23
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I just bought mine from simpletire for $137 ea this week.
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Old Yesterday, 05:08 PM   #24
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I live in Springtown and I just got mine from simple tire. Ordered on day 1 and got them day3. One week they were $158 and this week $137 so I bought five. Free shipping.
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Old Yesterday, 07:58 PM   #25
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Sailun

I believe that if you look online at rims rated for 110# they will have 8 lugs and 80# rims will have 6 lugs.

Need to get new axels to go 110# if yours are 6 lug
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Old Yesterday, 07:59 PM   #26
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80# on 110# wheels

Just put a set of Sailuns on our 2013 3100RL. It has the 110# wheels on it. My tire guy only inflated the new tires to 80#. I asked why he didnít inflate to 110# and he said that the weight of my trailer didnít need the higher pressure. That it would cause it to bounce more. Just got back from 600 mile trip to TN and I must say that my 5íer rode as smooth as I have ever felt it. I got home and noticed one of the tires looked slack. Check showed 55# in it. Inflated back to 80# and it hasnít lost any in last week. Donít know what caused the loss in pressure but will keep a check on it. I must say that I am really liking the Sailuns so far. I went with the 235/85R16s and they fit well. I had always run the Firestone Transforces before on both of my Montes and never had a problem.
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