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lotsip 08-15-2018 05:37 PM

2019 Ameri-Lite 188rb detailed specs.
 
Anyone know where I can find detailed specs for the 2019 ameri-lite 188rb, for example I know i want to replace the tires on this trailer (picking up sat.) , but, want to know whats on it before then. I've looked everywhere.

Restorium 08-16-2018 07:46 AM

For the tires you consult a reputable tire dealer with the specs of the unit found here;

https://www.gulfstreamcoach.com/prod...ilite/features

lotsip 08-16-2018 09:45 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Restorium (Post 25947)
For the tires you consult a reputable tire dealer with the specs of the unit found here;

https://www.gulfstreamcoach.com/prod...ilite/features

Thanks, but that doesn't say what size tires are on the trailers.

Restorium 08-16-2018 10:26 AM

So you are buying a brand new trailer and putting different tires on it but you can't call the place where you are getting it from to ask the tire size? hmmmm

Suggestion; There are a few videos on youtube where salesmen are selling their campers. You could get a look and even ask them what's on it. Ask a salesman. They will talk your ear off.

lotsip 08-17-2018 08:06 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Restorium (Post 25949)
So you are buying a brand new trailer and putting different tires on it but you can't call the place where you are getting it from to ask the tire size? hmmmm

Suggestion; There are a few videos on youtube where salesmen are selling their campers. You could get a look and even ask them what's on it. Ask a salesman. They will talk your ear off.

haha, thats for sure........called them, got my answer, thanks ;-)

exjay 08-20-2018 08:12 PM

Chineese no doubt. Surprised mine have gone over 10K w/o a blowout but seems a 13" D reated tire is a bit of a unicorn locally.

atreis 08-21-2018 05:46 AM

These folk (and others online) have LRD tires, mounted on rims:
https://www.easternmarine.com/12-and...iler-Tire-Rim/

Nearly all trailer tires are made in China. Drive within their weight and speed ratings and you'll likely be fine. Keep in mind that MOST are rated for a max speed of 65. Judging by the folk passing me on the highway, that's one that many people exceed, and likely the cause of many blowouts.


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