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Old 07-07-2010, 12:11 AM   #1
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most often sidewall bluge is a road hazard, if the tire in indented it's usually undulation, if the side wall is bulging out it's usually a road hazars, the usual cause is a pot hole, the rim will break a small opening in the siewall and all will seperate the treads, the only way to tell is to take the tire off and do an inspection on the inside, you'll probably find a small hole, there is no warrannty if it is a road hazard, as far as air pressure run them at max, your unit isn'y yhat big or that heavy but run tham at max, if you take an "E" rated tire and run it at 65 Lbs you have the same as a "D" rated tire, an "E" rated tire is no safer than a "D" the more ply's you have the more weight you can carry.....I was in the tire business for30 yrs and I owned 2 stores we did lots of camper tires, just run them at max and your safe, just remember to check them when their cold.........
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