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RE: PSI rating variables

I forgot to clarify that this is just for emergency bugging out in the event of a wildfire. I definitely plan on getting 6 new, radial Load Range E rated tires, but just in case i have to bug out (I am in Southern California in the Mojave desert), i was wondering what i should do with the convoluted combo that came with pit when I bought it. Some of the tires are LT, some are ST. I am one of those people who insist on buying all new including spare) tires to match, but i have just had the toyhauler parked, living in it full time. I am getting it treads to bug out for natural disasters. It was on the road last summer, and i had it weighed with all my belongings and full tanks. It’s rated for 15K, but will never, ever exceed 11,000. It weighs 9,300 lbs full with all my belongings. I want tires though that are rated for the max weight that the trailer is rated for, just to be safe rather than sorry.
surferchicusa 10/25/20 10:48pm Toy Haulers
PSI rating variables

I have 2004 triple axle sandpiper sport toyhauler. Max weight is 15 K but i only load it to 9,300 (weighed it as full as it will ever be). There are several different brand tires on it, with max PSI ratings from 45 to 80 PSI. So should i set all the tires to the max rating for the lowest PSI on the sidewall, which would be 45?
surferchicusa 10/25/20 05:07pm Toy Haulers
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