quote:Originally posted by Dusters
Thanks Art-n-Marge. I am very comfortable in maintaining 60 MPH with my setup. I constantly check the tires for 80 PSI before it trip. I had multiple elevations and temperatures during late summer and that caused many variations for the PSI checks. Tires have about 5K on them now with transport. They are covered for the winter and I will probably go with them for the next year pending any unusual circumstances.
Welcome, I have experienced the wealth of experience and knowledge here on the forum, and the FIRST thing I did was get rid of the tires. You can sell your stockers to some farmer for his manure spreader (about all they're worth, I got 65.00 each for mine. You will be amazed and disgusted at the difference in the tires side by side. Your local Les Schwab has your replacements.
Enjoy your new rig!
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