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Trailer King Tires

Hi all, I have a few questions regarding tires. Our 2020 Fuel F-287 came with some Trailer King RST tires and we've put about 700 miles on them so far. We are planning a summer trip to Colorado (about 1800 miles round trip) and I'm wary about going that far with them. So I'm planning to replace with some Goodyear Endurance ST's. First question: Trailer axles are rated at 6k each and GVWR of the trailer is 12,800. Fully loaded without a full tank of water and we are around 10,100 lbs on the axles. Guessing around 10,900 with a full tank of water, maybe a tad less. I'm considering 123N, which are rated for 3420lbs max load up to 87mph. Is this enough buffer? I would think so, but I'm no expert. Second question: I'm still not quite clear on tire inflation table figures. Obviously it's bad if you are under inflated, but is there any concern with running at 80psi all the time, regardless of load (so long as it's not over), or is it important to try and match PSI to load? My load will vary depending on toys we're bringing. Third question: Is there a standard PSI rating for a 6J wheel? Is it safe to assume the rims will handle the new tires since the current tires are also rated up to 80psi? Last question: Am I being too paranoid by replacing these tires so early? I'd hate to have them explode on our vacation. Are the Trailer King's good enough to get us through our trip before replacing, or am I right to think I should just ditch them now? Thanks all!
ApexAZ 02/15/22 11:17am Toy Haulers
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