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lincster

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Posted: 11/04/20 06:04am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

dedmiston wrote:

lincster wrote:

My Warrior has 9500lbs on the axles and 2500lbs pin weight, empty trailer.
So I can see those numbers.
I have put my trailer on the CAT scale numerous times.

Don't worry about placard, go with a good LT tire, not ST junk.
As stated already, don't mix/match tires.


Long time, no see, Linc. Glad to see you still kicking around.

How is your Warrior holding up?

Have you been out to the dunes yet this season? I heard they are seeing record crowds already.


Oh yes, still at it. LOL.

Warrior is holding up well, minor stuff from age, but still in great shape.
Put about 7000 miles a year on it. I have had it since 2004...... 105k miles give or take? So I would say it is holding up extremely well. [emoticon]
Leaving for the dunes for the first trip in a few days.
I'm sure it will be a busy season.
Everyone seems to be buying toys and campers and getting out of town.


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If your tires are 15" I highly recommend the GoodYear trailer tire they sell at Discount Tire. They have a speed rating of 87 mph and GoodYear will replace with new if there is a blow out down to 3/16". We had problems with several tires on our triple and after switching no problems at all. Just finished a 6K trip. I replaced the back two as they seem to wear faster than any others at $130 each. I am guessing they went somewhere between 12 and 15K and the front two axles are still fine. Just my recommendation though.

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