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Old 07-26-2017, 10:04 PM   #41
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Thanks I have the Sailuns. Generally travel 65-70 as that's the rpm sweet spot on my Dmax, about 1700 rpm. And yep I've exceeded that 75 mph rating more than once.
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Old 07-26-2017, 11:01 PM   #42
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At our loads, the Sailuns are more than adequate for our speeds...even if you find lead in your boots every so often.
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Old 07-26-2017, 11:46 PM   #43
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And I decided to stick around with the H's like everybody else. Decided I didn't want to reinvent the wheel. Ordering a set of Sailun from Ron this week.
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Old 07-27-2017, 12:25 AM   #44
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Vaughan.... you won't be disappointed.
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Old 07-27-2017, 03:42 PM   #45
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Par, actually haven't looked to see if they are speed rated, if so I've exceeded it in the last 2 months as there were times passing jerks that decided to speed up once I was 2/3 of the way around them. They are 16 ply inflated to 120 psi. I also had Gs with 55-60k on them & it was very little more to upgrade to the Hs with Titan Guys deal than to just replace the Gs. I think Vaughn (Piper Guy) has put or thinking of putting Js on his RW, compared to the Hs they must be solid rubber.
Can you please identify your H tire manufacturer, part number?
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Old 07-27-2017, 04:59 PM   #46
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The speed rating for the Sailun S637, 215/75R17.5 is "L", which is 75MPH.
This what I have on mine. Contact Ron aka Titan Guy on this forum as he has a great price on the wheels & tires & disc brakes installed + fantastic customer service.
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X2 on contacting Ron.... He will be the best solution for you, and will answer any and all of your questions....

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Old 07-28-2017, 05:52 AM   #48
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With original wet bolts I can completely understand your skepticism, those plastic bushings in the spring eyes didn't move much after a few miles, once they've bound up the spring is the weakest part. The bronze bushings & wet bolts from MorRyde actually take grease without having to raise the wheels off the ground & I feel very confident in the quality of the parts.
We've got 60k+/- miles on our RW since the shackle/wet bolt upgrade & so far no problems. I've also upgraded to Titan disc brakes (thanks Ron, money well spent) & H rated tires & WOW what a difference, would HIGHLY recommend both of those.
Just returned to Arizona from a 3000-3500 mile trip to Washington & leave Thurs for another 3000 mile round trip to Texas & back.
As far as springs, if you have local shop they'd most likely be cheaper than a rv shop, if it says it's for a rv, or anything that's recreational, the price goes up. They could probably custom make you a set to account for the kitchen slide being heavier.
Hey travelin texans, don't mean to start an argument and I may have misunderstood something but the Sailun S637 is not an H rated tire, it is G. Please check this link:Sailun S637 Regional Trailer Tires in Ontario | Beverly Tire & Auto
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Hey travelin texans, don't mean to start an argument and I may have misunderstood something but the Sailun S637 is not an H rated tire, it is G. Please check this link:Sailun S637 Regional Trailer Tires in Ontario | Beverly Tire & Auto
Sorry that link didn't work that well, try this one:
https://www.ebay.ca/sch/i.html?_nkw=...&ul_noapp=true
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Sorry that link didn't work that well, try this one:
https://www.ebay.ca/sch/i.html?_nkw=...&ul_noapp=true
The 17.5 Sailun is a 16 ply, H rated tire. You may have been looking at the 16, which is a G. Ron provides the 17.5 wheel/tire combo.
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The 17.5 Sailun is a 16 ply, H rated tire. You may have been looking at the 16, which is a G. Ron provides the 17.5 wheel/tire combo.
Thank you Spindrift for clearing that up and sorry travellin texan.
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Thank you Spindrift for clearing that up and sorry travellin texan.
Yea! What he said!
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Looking for part number(s) for the pads for Titan Disc Brakes. Would like to buy a ceramic set from my local parts store. I have a 38GK with 7000 lbs axles. Thanks for the help.
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