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Old 03-28-2024, 10:49 AM   #1
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I've tried the search bar and am not finding what I am looking for. I know a lot of people recommend the Goodyear Assurance tire for the rv but those tires have a maximum tire pressure of 65psi. The label on my camper recommends 75psi. I have always went with the manufacturer recommendations on campers and vehicles. I don't want to stay with China pops and am not sure which direction to go. Is there a tire besides China pops that have a maximum air pressure of at least 75psi? I'm not finding any.
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I have Goodyear Endurance tires ST225/75/R15 load range E. They are rated for 85psl.
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Old 03-28-2024, 11:43 AM   #3
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I see the 15" has that rating. I don't see that rating in the 14". 205/75-14.
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Old 03-28-2024, 12:41 PM   #4
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I have Goodyear Endurance tires ST225/75/R15 load range E. They are rated for 85psl.
Goodyear on both my horse and camping trailer. Made in America, speed rated at 87MPH, and mine are rated at maximum of 80PSI
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I have Goodyear Endurance tires ST225/75/R15 load range E. They are rated for 85psl.
That’s what I have. They are rated for Max 80 PSI
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Old 03-28-2024, 04:06 PM   #6
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Just so everyone knows I have 205/75r14 not 15". I know you can get load range E in 15" but haven't seen that in 14" Goodyear.
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I've tried the search bar and am not finding what I am looking for. I know a lot of people recommend the Goodyear Assurance tire for the rv but those tires have a maximum tire pressure of 65psi. The label on my camper recommends 75psi. I have always went with the manufacturer recommendations on campers and vehicles. I don't want to stay with China pops and am not sure which direction to go. Is there a tire besides China pops that have a maximum air pressure of at least 75psi? I'm not finding any.

Your trailer has a GVWR of 4,520 lbs. In my opinion you certainly don't need a 10 ply set of tires. If the Goodyear 205/75r14 tires are rated to handle the weight of your trailer, at 65psi, I don't know why that wouldn't be sufficient.
Remember, your tires are also part of the suspension. If you get something on there with higher air pressure than needed, you will take the chance of damaging your trailer because of the harder/harsher ride it will create.
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Check out these https://www.etrailer.com/p-AM10235.html. They are made by Kenda. I have used them before on the wife's car in a passenger size and were good tires. Our local tire man carries them. Finding something that load rating in a 14" tire is hard. These are 2200# @ 75 psi.
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I've tried the search bar and am not finding what I am looking for. I know a lot of people recommend the Goodyear Assurance tire for the rv but those tires have a maximum tire pressure of 65psi. The label on my camper recommends 75psi. I have always went with the manufacturer recommendations on campers and vehicles. I don't want to stay with China pops and am not sure which direction to go. Is there a tire besides China pops that have a maximum air pressure of at least 75psi? I'm not finding any.
If you are going with Goodyear, you want the ENDURANCE tire, not the Assurance. Huge difference.
I love my Goodyear Endurance tires. Night and day from the old China bombs.
Whatever tire you end up with get one load range up from stock.
If your unit came with Load range C tires, then a load range D tire will inflate to 65lbs max, which is a lot more tire than you had and is more easily found in 14". You really don't want a heavier, stiffer tire than that.
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I've tried the search bar and am not finding what I am looking for. I know a lot of people recommend the Goodyear Assurance tire for the rv but those tires have a maximum tire pressure of 65psi. The label on my camper recommends 75psi. I have always went with the manufacturer recommendations on campers and vehicles. I don't want to stay with China pops and am not sure which direction to go. Is there a tire besides China pops that have a maximum air pressure of at least 75psi? I'm not finding any.
Go with the pressure on the tire you will be fine-- the Goodyear endurance will not let you down -worth every penny
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I didn't see anyone make sure OP is getting ST (trailer tires), not auto tires.
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I didn't see anyone make sure OP is getting ST (trailer tires), not auto tires.
Every tire recommended is an ST tire.
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Old 04-04-2024, 08:22 PM   #13
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I’ve had a set of Goodyear Endurance 205/75R14 load range D on our 254RB Sunset Trail for three years. They’ve been problem free. Check the tire load capacity against your camping unit GVWR. If it pencils out you should be good to go.
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