6 x $204 for $1294 installed. Dealer highly recommended these and they were already on my short list. Needed a valve stem replaced and wanted this to get checked off my list.
Replacing: Tires: LT225/75R16D , Rims:16x6.0K, Sumimoto Encounter HT Date code on tires, Front driver 4616, Week 46 of 2016 November 14, 2016 6y8m ago Front passenger 0617, week 6 of 2017 Spare tire Firestone SteelX 0904, week 9 of 2004
THANKS! Phil and LuAnn 1st timers, brought it home 2022-10-19. 1994 Fleetwood Jamboree Rallye M-T31-Ford-460, 1994 Ford E350 I may not know what I am doing, but I am having fun doing it!
Ahhhhhh... The camper has new shoes! 6 for $1382. (Yes, they were CV commercial.)
BUT... I put my TPMS on when I got home and all read 80+psi. I've been running 65 on the fronts and 60 on all 4 rear tires, just like the RV sticker says. I found a chart for the commercial tires and used it. 4600# on the front and 8400# on the rear. I'm thinking 65psi all around.
How long is your RV? What is the weight? Not sure if you bought these already or not.
On my 30' or larger RVs I upgraded my tires to Commercial load (121) to give 500lbs of extra weight carrying buffer per tire (2000lb total). I find the E-rated tires do not have enough carrying capacity buffer for my comfort level.
Note: You should never overload your axle. But all else being equal, Commercial rated (121) tires can more easily carry the load and therefore I feel they are less likely to have a blowout.
Safe travels! Chris
San Jose, CA Own two 2015 Thor Majestic 28a Class C RVs