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Old 03-07-2013, 01:44 PM   #15
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Entegra just changed my front tires to the 315's with a recommended 115 psi which gives me a max weight of 15460 with 8.25" wheels. If u have 9" wheels u can get 15840 at 115 psi but only 15220 at 110 psi. If u only have 8.25" wheels u will be overweight on tires with your current weight of 15800. Have u heard of any anthem owners having wheel well rubbing problems if they have 315's on 9" wheels?

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Old 03-07-2013, 01:49 PM   #16
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You really need to make sure your wheels are straight before dumping air. I always visually check mine for wheelwell clearance after airing up. Also if you are jockeying back and forth to get into a slot, watch your bag air. You may need to pause for a few seconds to make sure you haven't lost air.

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