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tire pressure G114 6 days 18 hours ago #1

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Just checking to see what everyone keeps their pressure at for 17.5" Goodyear 114"s. The sidewall states 125 is cold psi. I have been keeping mine a lot less (108psi cold), based on recommendation from getting weighed. I'm seeing a lot of equal wear on outside and inside of tires. Feel as if I should be running closer to the 125 psi to even out the wear.
I'm under weight on each axle, and have 8,000lb. IS Tires are about a year old and have approx 6500 miles.
Not trying to beat a dead horse on this topic.

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tire pressure G114 6 days 11 hours ago #2

I too have the 8k IS with Good Year 17.5's... I run mine at 115

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tire pressure G114 6 days 7 hours ago #3

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I was running mine at 125 and had almost 40K miles on them with pretty even wear, until the one exploded on the way to the Rally. Since they were 4 1/2 years old I changed to the Sailun's to give them a try, but still using 125 psi.

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Michelle & Ann
2018 Chevy 3500HD High Country Crew Cab DRW, D/A, 2016 RW39MB, Dual ACs, Auto Level, Auto Sat Dish, Stack W/D, King Sleep #, 17.5" Sailuns w/Disc, 5.5 Onan, Mor/ryde Pin & IS, Comfort Ride Hitch, Res Fridge & Induction Cook Top

tire pressure G114 6 days 7 hours ago #4

I upgraded to the Sailun 17.5" inflated to 125 on OEM 7k axles, to be honest didn't notice any difference in ride compared to the GY 614s at 110 psi & had even wear on both sets.

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tire pressure G114 6 days 3 hours ago #5

I run mine at 110lbs

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tire pressure G114 6 days 1 hour ago #6

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I also run mine at 115. Rides well and shows no wear and tear.

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tire pressure G114 5 days 22 hours ago #7

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I run my 17.5 G114's at 110 psi cold

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Robert, Sheryl & Bale (The Wonder Dog)
2014 Redwood 38FL
MoRyde 8K IS, Disc Brakes, MoRyde Pin Box
17.5 Goodyear G114s, RV Armor Roof
2018 RAM 3500 DRW

tire pressure G114 4 days 11 hours ago #8

trailer tires are high scrub design tread , your going to have some extra wear on the out side 1/3 to 1/2 way on the solid shoulder tread block both inside and outside edge. This wear is normal if its even all the way around the tire.if its not even then start to look at alinement and ballance. I would error on the high side of tire pressure its very unlikely your trailer has even tire weights. My RL is much heavier on the drivers side and depending on it its nose high or low will add more weight to the front or rear axel.

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