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Old 06-29-2007, 09:34 AM   #15
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to add info to my previous comments. my travel buddy pulled a 32 ft 5th wheel and his tires showed 136 degrees and 2 hours of travel later one blew out on the trailer. so a normal temp does not tell you that the tire is not going to fail...
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I see trailer tires fail when the tow vehicle avoids running over the gator but inadvertently pulls the trailer tires right over it. Low inflation at high speed is a definite problem.
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190 degress F is the caution range. 200F is the limit.
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