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RE: Transeagle 14ply tires

Has anyone heard of or run these Transeagle tires on their Fifth Wheel? Our local tire dealer is recommending them to me. We have the Goodyear Endurance tires which came on our Pinnacle now but really want to go to a G rated tire. The load range is over 4000 per tire. Opinions? OK your RV came with the best tire out there and you want to change??? Please explain why. Are you over the tires capacity? Have you weighed your axles? What tire size do you have now? Let's put it this way your tire dealer wants to sell you what makes him the most money. The GY Endurance ST255/85R16 LRE has a load capacity of 4080# at 80 PSI.
CALandLIN 03/02/22 02:58am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Looking for a RV park in the Jacksonville Fl Area

I am looking for an RV park in the Jacksonville, Fla area, for early spring, I have stayed at the Flamingo Lake RV Resort many times, and need to know about some other parks in that area..Thanks Are you a veteran? The American Legion post 137 has a gated RV park where big rigs fit. They are situated on the Cedar River in an area behind the main club. They have 8 RV Sites. Six are FHU with CATV. The other two are on the riverbank and are W/E only. Proof of service is all that is needed. Any DD-214 will do. There is a 30 day stay limit. You have to actually leave and come back the next day to start another 30 days stay. That's in accordance with state rules for private clubs. They won't fudge.
CALandLIN 01/29/22 11:44am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Tires and their pressures

Inflation pressures, they always seem to be a problem and no one likes the recommendations from the vehicle manufacturer. The vehicle manufacturer has the sole responsibility for setting Original Equipment recommended cold inflation pressures. Those pressures are MINIMUM. If the vehicle manufacturer sees a need to provide optional recommended inflation pressures they will insure those options are printed in the vehicle owner’s manual and on the tire and load information placard. This is verbatim from USTMA standards: Inflation pressure recommendations may also be determined based on the tire manufacturer’s specifications, which define the amount of inflation pressure necessary to carry a given load. These inflation pressures may differ from those found on the vehicle tire placard or certification label. However, never use inflation pressures lower than specified by the vehicle tire placard, certification label or owner’s manual. Nor should inflation pressure exceed the maximum pressure molded on the tire sidewall.
CALandLIN 08/05/21 05:19pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Alternatives for Michelin XPS Ribs?

Currently have XPS Ribs on my 5th wheel. Great tire but they are now 7 years old. Tons of tread left but feel 7 years is pushing my luck. Looking to replace but XPS Ribs are costly. Are there cheaper alternatives that are just as reliable? Have had blow outs with factory china bombs. They don't last long here in the hot desert southwest. What about Bridgestone Duravis (not sure which model), or possibly Maxxis? What else? Your trailer's OE tire size was ST225/75R15. Many of the ST tire manufacturers now provide that size with a steel cased LRF. Carlisle is one of them. Carlisle All Steel
CALandLIN 08/02/21 02:03pm Fifth-Wheels
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