Originally Posted by zuley
Thank you every body. Lots information here to digest. Lively debate certainly certainly gets the brain function operating. I've got about 6 weeks before I need to decide anything. Keep the conversation going. Unlike the Trump verses Clinton debate I'm enjoying this one. :-)
I looked at the specs for your 2013 model trailer. Keystone went overboard with extra load capacity for your Original Equipment tires - listed on the specs as ST225/75R15D. My guess is your GAWR axles are rated at 3200# ea. That means the OE tires provide more than 1700# of load capacity reserves at 65 PSI for each tire position. No need to upgrade, just use new tires of the same size that you have confidence in.
You can verify the figures on the trailer's certification label located on the LH forward external section of the trailer. If you're unsure what to look for here is a picture of a certification label & tire placard I took at a RV show. Notice the trailer is larger than yours and has smaller tires.