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All due respect to the OP.
Why are you worrying. After all you admit you are shopping for the "the cheapest" replacements you can find.
Doesn't that kind of establish the value you place on quality and safety?
Retired Design & Quality Tire Eng. Read my tire blog RVTireSafety.com to learn more about RV tires, valves & wheels. Read THIS post on why Tires Fail
If you jump up to G rated tires, make sure your rims are rated for at least 110 psi.
I know I'm good for G rated tires. I checked my wheels a while ago. The rating is stamped on the inside of the wheel. Kinda sucked that I had to crawl under to see it, but it was killing me, to not know what it was.