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Old 04-12-2018, 02:11 AM   #11
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We are fortunate, our TH came with G rated Sailuns.
Ours did also, I'm glad Keystone stepped up and took care on an ongoing issue within the industry.
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Old 04-12-2018, 02:22 AM   #12
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I have 15 k plus on my sailings with mimuman sid3 wear with 100 lbs air . Question here is if I run 110 lbs air will that help to save the side walls ?
Well in my thinking, possibly but then I've not heard of anyone having side wear unless your referring to one side of the tread wearing and then I'd raise the question of a possible bent axle. I have the TPMS on mine and if I'm 100-105psi on mine I let it run at that knowing its going to increase anyway, but with 3 axles, if I was at GVWR, I would still have 5500lb reserve across all three. I'm not running fully loaded so as long as the tires are in that range and equal psi then I just let my TPMS do its job.
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