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RE: need new tires

I’m no engineer, but my experience with many types of RV’s and commercial vehicles is that maxing out a trailer tire is the way to go. Air carriers the load, the tire holds the air pressure, don’t skimp on the air.
RV Tire Guy 08/01/19 07:50pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Torque Wrench Where to buy/rent

I work at a commercial tire center. We have torque wrenches for installing tires on heavy duty trucks and coaches. They should be able to assist.
RV Tire Guy 07/29/19 08:22pm Tech Issues
RE: Correct inflation of trailer tires

On my trailer I keep my ST tires at the max. When I’m fully loaded I’m covered and if I’m less than full load the only downside is possible irregular wear. I’d rather have enough air pressure to cover the possibility of being heavy.
RV Tire Guy 07/29/19 08:03pm Beginning RVing
RE: Which 19.5" tire to choose

Going to a 19.5 is a great way to increase your load carrying compacity. If you have the clearance I would recommend 245/70R19.5 Load range G or H. The 245/70R19.5 will provide more load carrying and a wider footprint. Since 19.5’s are built with an all steel sidewall they are more durable, and while towing a heavy load the truck will be more stable.
RV Tire Guy 07/29/19 07:53pm Truck Campers
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