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Yeap those are done... :rolleyes:I've got a set of towmax tire on my Jayco Eagle and absolutely no problems. 235/75 R15 Load Range D's... I know my tires have a 65 MPH speed limit and so does the state of Idaho for towing. But since I live in the mountain its just easier to tow at 55 MPH... Like I said no tire issues... :thumbup2:Just to stir the pot more... :stirthepot:I've got 235/85 R16's ST trailer tires on the truck that are a load range G and zero issues... (Speed rated for 100 MPH)post-2-138698185909_thumb.jpgpost-2-138698185903_thumb.jpg

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Getting my Maxxis tomorrow right before we pull out for the weekend. Mounted, balanced with steel valve stems gonna cost me $278.:banghead: This is just for the frt axle. Probably replaced the rear axle tires over the summer.:thumb1:

Wow! :wow: $360 for all four TowMax tires on my Jayco... :whistle:
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Mike, I just saw this post on your truck tires and see that you are running ST L/R G tires vice LT L/R E on your truck. Why the ST and not LT? Isn't the LT built to a higher safety standard? Also, why L/R G vice L/R E? Thanks Mohok

Yeap those are done... :rolleyes: I've got a set of towmax tire on my Jayco Eagle and absolutely no problems. 235/75 R15 Load Range D's... I know my tires have a 65 MPH speed limit and so does the state of Idaho for towing. But since I live in the mountain its just easier to tow at 55 MPH... Like I said no tire issues... :thumbup2: Just to stir the pot more... :stirthepot: I've got 235/85 R16's ST trailer tires on the truck that are a load range G and zero issues... (Speed rated for 100 MPH) [ATTACH=CONFIG]3820[/ATTACH] [ATTACH=CONFIG]3819[/ATTACH]

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