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Old 08-28-2013, 10:19 PM   #15
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80 mph!

ST trailer tires have a max speed of 65. Over that speed the load carrying capacity of the tire is reduced. In short - increase pressure and decrease load capacity.
Most medium truck tires are rated to 75mph.
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Of all of the routes you've suggested, we've taken all of them, and we'd opt for the I-15 thru Utah. Don't know about getting to the I-15 from Oregon though, never have done that.

I5 to 89/44 to 395 to I80 to I15.
I5 to 140 to 395 to I80 to I15 (or 95)

Been both routes, nice scenery but if you go in winter can have snow/ice problems.

I5 to I80 to I15, good winter travel.

You could also consider using 95 in Nev to Las Vegas to I15, 95 isn't a bad road (2 lane though), a little boring, but lots of straight areas, easy to drive.

Guess it depends on where your final destination is.
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