Hehe, They goofed. I wanted 8 ply(E). I ended up with 10 Ply(f). He gave me them for the same price. His goof. Now i have a Lightweight or ultra light trailer, 6100 pds with 8100 max. With 7000 pd axles and f rated tires for over 10 thousand pds...I think i will try for the, O say 7000 pd range. And i am on more back roads than highways or interstates. I should be ok for this trip. Two weeks! Have one other thing to do yet and thats the timing chain and gear set. I have driven this thing on and off for ten years before i bought it. Seems that it is getting sluggish. Did tuneup and still sluggish. He can't remember ever putting one in it so i will be smart and replace it.
I have been using some more oil than i used to . Am thinking it could be so sloppy that it has ground the metal thin on the timing chain cover. Have had that happen before. That done and a good gof and trans oil change and it should be good to go as well. Anyway, Thanks for the help on the tires. I feel better than with some of the other tires out there. The ones on this unit a friend wanted them for his wagon he uses to feed the cattle. Put them on and when he headed to the gate, Two of them shed the tread!!! Glad i took the tires off and took it to the tire man!! I wouldn't have made it at all!!
Thanks again, Dan