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Old 10-19-2015, 10:14 AM   #15
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Parkliner tire pressure

Tire pressure info was included on a label located on the lower right front above the battery box - see pic. 50 psi recommended.
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Old 10-19-2015, 01:05 PM   #16
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Tire pressure info was included on a label located on the lower right front above the battery box - see pic. 50 psi recommended.
Keep in mind that any labels regarding recommended tire psi put on the trailer are only good info if the tires that are on the trailer are the same ones the trailer manufacture used.
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Keep in mind that any labels regarding recommended tire psi...
Yuppers. And as noted, several of us now have non-stock LT Radials (a serious upgrade from the bias ply IMO). So no sticker match for us on PL#35. Chandler never got around to mailing us a new one before closing up shop. But it's no real bother as the max weight is clearly labeled on the tires.
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Yuppers. And as noted, several of us now have non-stock LT Radials (a serious upgrade from the bias ply IMO). So no sticker match for us on PL#35. Chandler never got around to mailing us a new one before closing up shop. But it's no real bother as the max weight is clearly labeled on the tires.
Per my post #2 on this thread, here is a photo of the tire pressure sticker (s) that Chandler mailed to me to replace the originals on PL34.

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It would have been nice if this had solved the tire rub issue but I ended up with the best possible outcome. Better tires and resculpted wheel wells
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...Better tires and resculpted wheel wells
DITTO for #35.
Night and Day diff in tow over highway with new rubber,
and with the increased clearance being able to keep the street-retro low ride look Chandler had designed into the PL
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So with the Parkliner, were both new tires AND reworked wheel wells required to resolve (tire rub?) issues or would replacement tires by themselves be sufficient?
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...would replacement tires by themselves be sufficient?
YMMV...
On PL#35 when we swapped out the stock 205 bias ply tires for Chandler's suggested LT185's there was still a tiny bit of rub. So he had Tom send the CAD drawings of mold two's wheel well specs and they did the mod. No further rub that I noticed.

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So with the Parkliner, were both new tires AND reworked wheel wells required to resolve (tire rub?) issues or would replacement tires by themselves be sufficient?
Similar experience to Thom's although I, with less patience than Thom, took PL34 to a local body-shop with a lot of Corvette experience to have the work done at my own expense and then submitted the paid bill to Chandler for reimbursement. Took about a month but he ultimately covered it and I was more than pleased with the result. I refer you to my post #362 in the Parkliner Tire Rub thread. Link to the post below.
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So with the Parkliner, were both new tires AND reworked wheel wells required to resolve (tire rub?) issues or would replacement tires by themselves be sufficient?
My earlier version apparently did not need wheel well enlargement, even though I hauled my trailer all the way to NC at the company's request and at considerable inconvenience to have it done! It was never done while there. Chandler said it didn't need it. He put radial tires on it and sent me home.

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I recently purchased BillC's 2014 Parkliner. After getting it home and a thorough inspection I noticed the ST205 tires are cupped on both inside and out; I only looked for rub signs before pick up. I have been searching for the 185R14C replacement, can anybody shed light on a brand they are happy with and where purchased? I don't believe Bill traveled 5K miles total in the 2 years of ownership; however I don't see any wheel weights or know if wheels were balanced or if correct tire pressure was regulated.
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This is the tire info on my Parkliner


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