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Conversation Between Coloradobus and Dano73
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  1. Coloradobus
    On several trailers we have Power King ST205/90/R15 (sidewall is 7.26 inches tall. The 225 is about 6 inches. ) One is one our flatbed car haul, the other set is on 1990 Square Airstream 29.5 ft. Gave is about an inch more clearance than the 225/75/15. On our 26ft 1962 Overlander, we put 700/15 bias belted. These tires are load range E, radial or bias belt.
  2. Dano73
    03-01-2020 09:30 AM
    Dano73
    I see in one of your posts, you mentioned running bias ply tires. Im interested as to what brand these tires are, and am interested in the height difference. I have a 1990 28 ft excella and the water tank actually hangs lower than the axle tube, so any lift I can get would be great. Im in the market for tires now so any help you could offer would be apppreciated.

    Regards Chris
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