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Old 06-08-2020, 10:51 AM   #61
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Originally Posted by Carl n Susan View Post
I think this is a good question. If the tires have to have a 10% reserve capacity, why not the rims they ride on? 3750 lbs doesn't provide a 10% reserve.
Just doing the math on rims or tires , I could care less about the 10%. 3750, on the rims ,and 4080 or 4400 on G rated Sailuns, these fifth wheels with 15,500 to 16,500 GVWR rating, and anywhere from 20-25 % on the pin weight are covered nicely . Going to an H rated tire at 4805 ,and 125 psi IMO is a bit of overkill.
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