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Old 04-16-2017, 08:58 AM   #21
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Besides Javi's comment, Keep in mind that the Carlisle ST235/85/16F HD is a inch larger in diameter than the ST235/80/16E HD. Some members had concerns of being a half inch closer to surrounding structures and therefore went with the 16E. I selected to go with the 16F and have no concerns with clearances, great tire and Yeap heavy guys
Yes another good point but I checked that 1st and have lots of room only one tire is close, front right side tire and that 4 to 6 inches away

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Old 04-16-2017, 09:00 AM   #22
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The 85 E AND F are an inch larger than the 80 E. My tire guy said he would have talked me out of putting them on if I went with the 85s when he saw what we had to work with. I had talked to him before I made up my mind and after I told him the clearances he said I should stick with the 80s. Just check your clearances, on BOTH sides. They are not the same from model to model or year to year so don't just go by a posting on a forum.

Thanks for the clarification, should have stated 80 to 85s. Lack of a folding ladder throws you off at times

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Yes, the RH tires are still in some warehouses at least as of a couple months ago. Newer tires are the HD
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Old 04-16-2017, 09:17 AM   #24
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Thanks for the clarification, should have stated 80 to 85s. Lack of a folding ladder throws you off at times

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Folding ladder or one odd halogen bulb?

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Old 04-25-2017, 02:33 PM   #25
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Has anyone tried the Goodyear G614 RST 235/85/16 14 ply I hear they are the best but not cheap I think around $300 each.

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Old 04-25-2017, 04:10 PM   #26
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Has anyone tried the Goodyear G614 RST 235/85/16 14 ply I hear they are the best but not cheap I think around $300 each.

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The G614 has a great reputation. Yes in that price range and you may need to spring for wheels as well unless your wheels are rated for 110# PSI
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The G614 has a great reputation. Yes in that price range and you may need to spring for wheels as well unless your wheels are rated for 110# PSI
My wheels are rated at 110 PSI max and I was thinking of running the tires at 95 to 100 PSI.

My trailer is a HC so dry weight is 10700 lbs so if I run the tiers at 95 they should wear ok.

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My wheels are rated at 110 PSI max and I was thinking of running the tires at 95 to 100 PSI.

My trailer is a HC so dry weight is 10700 lbs so if I run the tiers at 95 they should wear ok.

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I always run tires at max stated on the sidewall. Less flex and less heat,,, JMO.
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Here is a long thread with a lot of good discussion about this topic. Check out JRTJH comments especially towards the end for some very good reasons not to under inflate your tires. Especially at those prices.
http://www.keystoneforums.com/forums...ad.php?t=28370

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Okay I ordered new wheels and tires, Wheels are rated at 3960 LBS Each at 110 PSI with valve stems rated at 0-130 PSI and Goodyear
G614 RST 235/85/16 14 ply lets hope that all works for trouble free traveling.
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Does anyone know the size of the lug nuts on a 2015 Montana HC 305RL are they 1/2-20 by 1.43 deep?
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