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Crabbypatty

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Posted: 09/08/20 03:38am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Ive owned TTs and have good luck with Goodyear's on them. First TT 4900lbs second TT 8000lbs. Now moved to fiver we are a solid 12,000 lbs on two axles. We bought used and it came with almost no miles Provider 238/80 r 16 even though rig is now 6 years old. The first owner had it on a seasonal site for the first 4 years of its life and never traveled. Still just noticed cracking on on tire, so its time.

We have only gone short distances so far and they ride nice and cool. Still taking a short hop over the road end of October and want new.

Interesting thread nothing negative about the providers or the good years. This set is Load range E. Im not worried about speed rating as Iver never gone past 65 juts a personal comfort thing.


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Posted: 10/09/20 10:35am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

time2roll wrote:

JIMNLIN wrote:

The big problem is finding a 15" trailer wheel that up to 110 psi and carry 3500 lbs.
Highest 15" I know is Tow-Master SS TD15225F 95 psi and 3150 load rating.

Otherwise I like my GY Endurance.


Carlisle is now making an all steel 15" ST in LRF.

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Posted: 10/16/20 10:43am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Cummins12V98 wrote:

Plain and simple. GY ENDURANCE has ZERO reported failures being on the market for over 3 years now.

Simply choose your size and load range n get er dun. One you have done so maintain proper tire pressure and don't look back!

OH yea if YA care they are US Made!


I suggest you take a quick look with Google. There are several failures listed


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johndeerefarmer wrote:

Cummins12V98 wrote:

Plain and simple. GY ENDURANCE has ZERO reported failures being on the market for over 3 years now.

Simply choose your size and load range n get er dun. One you have done so maintain proper tire pressure and don't look back!

OH yea if YA care they are US Made!


I suggest you take a quick look with Google. There are several failures listed


Maybe YOU can show us. ROAD HAZARD does NOT count.


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Posted: 10/17/20 10:00am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We have e rated 15" endurance tires on our 2021 whitehawk TT. first think I noticed is the tread seems to be thin. Not like our G-614s have been.

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larry barnhart wrote:

We have e rated 15" endurance tires on our 2021 whitehawk TT. first think I noticed is the tread seems to be thin. Not like our G-614s have been.

chevman


They are 8/32" but I have used mine towing our boat every day for the last three Summers at 70mph and they look great still.

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Posted: 10/18/20 08:14am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Update,

went to see my son in Vicksburg and Goodyear Endurance tire worked well. They do seem to have a lower tread profile but performed well at 65lbs of air with little to none trailer roll. Put about 1000 miles on them from Tulsa to Vicksburg and back.

Side note...we left tulsa thursday evening and got to vicksburg friday night. hurricane Delta hit us about 12:30 am and it was WINDY till about 5am.

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Posted: 10/19/20 04:58am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Goodyear Endurance only choice. Made in USA and a
top quality tire

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They appear to be a Great Tire for mid-weight units, but they offer nothing for heavier unit and nothing in the 17.5 size.


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Michelle.S wrote:

They appear to be a Great Tire for mid-weight units, but they offer nothing for heavier unit and nothing in the 17.5 size.


GY "G" and "H" tires are top quality. Not cheap!!!

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