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rbpru

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Posted: 02/20/20 10:06am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

With the TT industry putting about 2 million tires on the road each year, it will be a a long long time before the Endurance sales supply comparable failure rate data.

Plus those who care enough to upgrade their tires are also more attuned to tire maintenance.


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Posted: 02/21/20 10:51am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I just has a new set of Endurance put on my 5th wheel in early January. Towed the rig about 3000 miles round trip, Central Kansas to SW Missouri to SW Arizona back to central Kansas no issues.


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Thanks everyone for your feedback. It looks like the Goodyear Endurance is performing well so far. So I going to put them on the my travel trailer.

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Griz14 wrote:

Thanks everyone for your feedback. It looks like the Goodyear Endurance is performing well so far. So I going to put them on the my travel trailer.

You won't regret it.


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I have had nothing but great results from mine, they don't even seem to lose air when sitting for months at a time.

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I just put a set (14") on our trailer while we were down in Fl so only have around 1200mi on them so far. Before that ran GY Marathons for the last 25 years w/o any issues and I seldom go above 60 to 63/65 mph towing anyway. They do now give me a little reserve capacity which before I basically had none with the Marathons.

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Put a set on my 5th wheel last summer. After about 2k miles one tire developed a bulge/bubble on the side wall. Goodyear warrantied it. Back to our travels. Have a little over 8k on the other three and no other problems.


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Lwiddis wrote:

After sales of a sufficient number of these tires, you’ll hear the howling.


At quantity is it "sufficient" for people to star howling?

These have been on the market a few years now. (2 or 3 I think).

Northwood and ORV are using them as OEM tires.


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2stepn wrote:

...one tire developed a bulge/bubble on the side wall...

Was it easy to see? Do you inspect the inside wall of the tire as well?


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trail-explorer wrote:

Lwiddis wrote:

After sales of a sufficient number of these tires, you’ll hear the howling.


At quantity is it "sufficient" for people to star howling?

These have been on the market a few years now. (2 or 3 I think).

Northwood and ORV are using them as OEM tires.

It took Maxxis ST tire 3-5 years before issues started showing up around the rv and non rv trailering industry.
Using them for a couple of years or one long trip doesn't tell us much.


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