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    I buy a set of 4 every 2nd.. 3rd year at the longest. These last are maxxis ST radial. 215/75/14 trailer tires. they didnít make it 3 years.




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    My 13 inch say 60 lbs on the tire.....they are trailer tires. Tho not car tires....there is a difference
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    Quote Originally Posted by "G" View Post
    My 13 inch say 60 lbs on the tire.....they are trailer tires. Tho not car tires....there is a difference
    these are carlisle best tire ,or at least they said so . It was sold as trailer tires not car tires they are radials .

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    Could not find trailer tires in 8 ply around hare in the 13 inch size. All I found were 6 ply, load C rated. Finally found what I needed at Easternmarine.com. 8 ply, load D rating for heavier loads. Tire is called Loadstar, and the price was very reasonable. I think max psi is 60.

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    I usually run mine for 4 yrs. tread looks new but the only time I had one blow was on a new trailer . lol tires could be like swimming pool liners . look new but 10 yrs. old . (the ones on sale ).

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    Quote Originally Posted by duckhunter View Post
    Could not find trailer tires in 8 ply around hare in the 13 inch size. All I found were 6 ply, load C rated. Finally found what I needed at Easternmarine.com. 8 ply, load D rating for heavier loads. Tire is called Loadstar, and the price was very reasonable. I think max psi is 60.
    Ive had terrible luck with loadstars blowing out.The last set i bought i believe are rainer st,they have been good so far.

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    I have heard Goodyear endurance was the best. They are supposed to be American made. They will be my next set.


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    That's what I got Abe....load range D 8 ply. was the the highest range I could find in 13 inch radial trailer tires....yep 60 lbs max air pressure. I got mine at Youngs Tire in Pontotoc. I don't remember the brand name.

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    I’ve got Goodyear Endurance on my Ranger. They’re rated for 90mph at 65psi. I’ve also had good luck with Kumho. Both are radials and keep them at recommended pressure.

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    All trailer tires are now made in China no matter what brand. I used to use Goodyear but have switched to Carlisle and have had good luck with them. Just replaced a set of Goodyears on my car dolly with Carlisle and they are a higher load rating and also say inflate to 65 psi. I will get them for my boat trailer next time I need some.
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