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Found out that my old tires and rims were not a good match, wheels were to wide for the tires and they were only rated for 50psi. I wanted the Maxxis tires so I figured I'd better be safe and get the proper rims. :) I really like these Maxxis tires, the old Towmax ones weren't rated for the weight and since they were too skinny for the old rims they had some odd distortion.

I thought I had ordered the E rated tires but what I got are D rated, which should still be more than adequate.
 

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Can never put enough into wheels n' tires on a trailer!! Especially when towing what looks to be a $20k 2-wheeled motor ;) Need more shots man!
 
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I just put the maxxis tires on my toy hauler this year after only one season with my camper. I love the maxxis it amazing the junk the put in my camper from the factory. Two were separating after only about 2000 miles. I went from a load range c to a d run them at max psi. You will love them also.


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Man! That is too cool. Your bike can't be THAT fast ;) haha last thing you want is to blow a tire and have that thing bouncing around in your trailer!!

Smart upgrade.
 
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Thanks Campfire, we had a bad blowout on the way to Indy but luckily everything stayed upright. That was when I decided it was time to upgrade. :)
 

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nice wheels! I was soo trying to talk the wife into letting me put a nicer set on our trailer when we replaced the rubber earlier this year..... :(
 
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