These are the rims I got with E range 10 ply tires. Have one trip from SC to Ohio to Vermont and back and another last month just to Lake Erie and back. About 5000 miles in towed condition. The above in Airstream bolt pattern is rated for 3040 lbs and I got the color indicated as it seemed to match AS best.
I purposely chose a rim for several reasons:
Gray color seemed to match AS best
A securitychair can be run through the rims.
I got mine from Athens, Ga. Called them and they gave me a good price mounted, balanced and out the door. I told them I was coming next morning, got there and they were all mounted and ready to be picked up so I loaded them in Honda and was on the way home in 20 minutes.
Subsequently I ordered a matching rim and they sent it to me UPS and I got a used 10 ply tire spare thus I now carry two spares for AS and two for 2500HD.
I never let the tires be exposed to the sun just sitting as wheel covers go on as soon as I park it unless it is just a overnight stop. When I get home the rig goes up on 2x10s under a shed I built and covers go on so no UV light gets to rubber.
Hopefully I will have new axles installed next week and I think I will take most of the load off the tires by placing wood blocks under vertical plate to the rear of the wheels.
Someone mentioned about spare tire mount. Don't know where this is on AS but I carry my spares in front of bed in pick up. I have a box built about five feet long and 6" or so high that I carry my target rifles and shooting gear in that is out of sight and other gear on top.Thus the tires are in a depression in front of the out of sight box.
I have decided should anything happen to the rig while I am out on the road and it gets totaled but truck is still driveable I will pull out my solid state converter, propane tanks, remove the wheels and axles and purchase a 5X8 utility trailer and haul them home for the next AS I would buy.