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memtb

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Posted: 06/01/21 08:21pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Another vote for G’s! I’m running 17.5” H’s on my triple axle , 20 K rig! Nothing like peace of mind when dragging around a big, heavy rig! memtb


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Posted: 06/01/21 08:47pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

cummins2014 wrote:

Cummins12V98 wrote:

"the Endurance has a much better track record then then other Goodyear trailer tires"

I will go one step further, the GY ENDURANCE has a better track record than any Trailer Tire.


Well, thats a stretch, just the fact of their longevity ,doesn't fit that category. IMO overall the Sailun is the best ,and most dependable . I had what was determined a road hazard failure with a Sailun, as far as blowouts I am sure there has been some blowouts with Sailuns, as well as the Goodyear Endurance . Just because we don't hear or read about them ,doesn't mean it hasn't happened .


Let’s be honest here. I have claimed there have been ZERO non road hazards on the ENDURANCE. If there had been someone surely have proven me wrong by now.

All I heard before was “they have not been on the market long enough”. Now all I get is “the tread is too thin at 8/32” “.

I have never said one bad word about Sailun tires. What I don’t like is supporting Communist China when I have US choices or other free Country.


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mrad wrote:

I ordered the Goodyear Endurance tires on the way home from work today before reading any of today's posts.
I had not looked at the Michelins or the Sailuns. My local small town tires shop quoted me at $156 per tire. I asked if they were sure they had the right tire/quote? They assured me they did. Tirerack wanted $175 per tire


Good call!!! You will not be disappointed.

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