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Old 05-12-2015, 11:48 AM   #85
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Here is the label on the side of my new Sailun S637 tires. It's kinda hard to see because of the bad picture quality but it says 3750lbs @ 110PSI cold.
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Well it's obvious that Sailun makes a ST235/85 R16 LR-G at 4080 lbs@110 psi and a LT235/85 R16 LR-G at 3750 lbs@110 psi. Keep us posted on the quality of those tires and I will do the same.
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Well it's obvious that Sailun makes a ST235/85 R16 LR-G at 4080 lbs@110 psi and a LT235/85 R16 LR-G at 3750 lbs@110 psi. Keep us posted on the quality of those tires and I will do the same.

I really like em so far, it's nice to be able to go on vacation and not have to worry about junk tires anymore.
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