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Old 09-18-2011, 01:50 PM   #1
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Keystone Fuzion tire recommendations?

2007 Fuzion 362. I am sticking with 15 inch tires for replacements. I've read both good and bad reviews re: Goodyear Marathons. Unfortunately, options seem limited for the 15 inch size. This 3-axle rig weighs about 12K unloaded. Any recommendations appreciated. Thanks.
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Old 09-22-2011, 07:51 AM   #2
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According to the Fuzion specs, a 2007 362 has 225/75r15 tires. Max GVW is 15500. 6 Maxxis 225/75r15 load range Es will have a max load of 16980 at 80 psi. Depending on the room you have, you may consider going to an LT tire. A 235/75r15 may fit and give you more options for brands and load capacity. I took the load range D towmasters off our cruiser and put maxxis Es on before it went on it's maiden voyage. Maxxis tires have an excellent reputation. JMHO
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Old 09-23-2011, 06:36 AM   #3
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Thanks very much. I ended up going with Maxxis 15 inch D, partly because they were readily available and my rig is at the dealer for a week having some other work done and I wanted new tires put on while they have it. Don't know if the extra psi of the E-rated Maxxis would cause any issues using stock wheels. Hopefully when it's time to replace these Maxxis I can afford to buy larger wheels and tires. Thanks again.
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I hope you are careful with the weight you put into your TH and its locations. Max weight of the 6 load range D tires at 65 psi is 15240 which is LESS than the max gvw of the fuzion. The weight of "stuff" adds up fast plus any toys, water, fuel, etc. As long as you do not push the limits, you should be ok.
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Thanks again. New tires are rated same as factory but better quality so I should be ok.
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