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RE: Load Range G Tires

Thanks for the replies. I think the size is right - GoodYear has been publishing the same diameter for at last 8 years. Doesn't mean it's right though. The Sailun 235/80-16 is an option I am considering. Curious have the GY's given you any problems? If not then I guess it's down to $$$ and either US or Chinese Made. I have not had any problems with the GYs. I live in Canada and the prices are very different here. The GYs will cost me just over $2,100 Canadian dollars. I don't have a firm price for the Sailuns but they are around $1,500 Canadian dollars. That's an expensive insurance policy especially when GY does not put it in writing that they will cover any trailer damage. If it isn't in writing then there is no insurance!
CoMoCo 02/15/20 06:35am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Load Range G Tires

Thanks for the replies. I think the size is right - GoodYear has been publishing the same diameter for at last 8 years. Doesn't mean it's right though. The Sailun 235/80-16 is an option I am considering.
CoMoCo 02/13/20 12:55pm Fifth-Wheels
Load Range G Tires

I currently have Goodyear G614 tires on our fifth wheel (see signature). This is what came on the trailer when we bought it new in 2013. I am looking at new tires and am trying to understand why the G614 tires (235/85R16) have a diameter of 30.7 inches whereas all other 235/85R16 tires have a diameter of 31.7 inches. If I switch tire brands I don't know if a 1 inch larger tire will fit in my wheel wells. Does anyone know why the Goodyear G614 tires have a smaller diameter than every other tire brand? Even the Goodyear Endurance 235/85R16 has a diameter of 31.7 inches. (I have no intention of dropping to an E range tire - the Endurance is just an example). Thanks for any input.
CoMoCo 02/13/20 08:45am Fifth-Wheels
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