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Okay bud, just put new Goodyear endurance tires on the trailer. My Bridgestone Duravis tires had split.

Leaving for Dallas race next week. I’ll report back on the good, bad and ugly.

We will see!


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Goodyear g614….way better….lol
 
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Vern, I’ve been very happy with them since the first set 5 years ago on my Intech trailer, you will be too. Second set has been just as good.


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I put 8 on one of my equipment trailers last year. Already lost one. Was quite surprised.



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I put 8 on one of my equipment trailers last year. Already lost one. Was quite surprised.
You definitely should try the g614……probably weighs triple what that endurance does…
 
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I personally know many racers who run the endurance on their trailer and like me, not one has “lost one” or had any type of issue with these tires.


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Originally posted by Roger McGinnis:
I put 8 on one of my equipment trailers last year. Already lost one. Was quite surprised.
You definitely should try the g614……probably weighs triple what that endurance does…


And cost triple as much! Wow. $500 each!
 
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There’s a place for the G614 and loaded weight is the determining factor as in maybe a 32 foot stacker loaded with door cars.

That said, my triple axle, non stacker, aluminum trailer weighs close to 15,000 lbs. loaded with both cars, golf cart, scooter, generator, air compressor, fuel, tools, parts, equipment and supplies going down the road and the Goodyear Endurance 235/80r16 has been a trouble free tire at this weight, now on my 2nd set.

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That’s right, your pos junk, planked open deck utility trailer is not fit for a skid steer much less a race car of any value but yours is junk so it’s perfect and therefore your endorsement of this tire is meaningless!


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That’s right, your pos junk, planked open deck utility trailer is not fit for a skid steer much less a race car of any value but yours is junk so it’s perfect and therefore your endorsement of this tire is meaningless!


You stupid Forum Fool, you took the bait hook line & sinker Fool!

Your assumptions are meaningless & WRONG!

Vern has the correct information in PM & others will have the correct information when I deem fit to let YOU know Forum Fool.

You need to work on your comprehension skills #1 B1tch, I've been dropping you subtle hints for a while.


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I forgot, at you FOOL.

Laughing very hard


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4.10 Rear Gears
Car Detuned for high 9s/low10s @ 133-34 mph
 
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Broke dyck what part of the TRUTH and the FACTS about your entire racing operation do you deny? Laughing very hard




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Here we go again.


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I personally know many racers who run the endurance on their trailer and like me, not one has “lost one” or had any type of issue with these tires.


I've had the Endurance tires on my trailer for 3 years now with no issues.
 
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Hercules 12 ply, absolutely love em so far. If they don't cut the *mustard* I'll try Endurance MarkeMark suggested.

I think Endurance is a logical choice OP, lots of successful examples in here.


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Originally posted by Roger McGinnis:
I put 8 on one of my equipment trailers last year. Already lost one. Was quite surprised.
You definitely should try the g614……probably weighs triple what that endurance does…
I agree but I ran my last set 8 YEARS…….

And cost triple as much! Wow. $500 each!
 
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Roger McGinnis:
I put 8 on one of my equipment trailers last year. Already lost one. Was quite surprised.
You definitely should try the g614……probably weighs triple what that endurance does…[/QUOTE

And cost triple as much! Wow. $500 each!
I agree but I ran my last set close to 8 YEARS….
 
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We have about 2K miles on these & no faster than 70 mph with no issues so far. Only around 10,000 lbs. for now.



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4.10 Rear Gears
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We have about 2K miles on these





“We” translated means…not my trailer. No shyt broke dyck!

Your trailer, the trailer you waited 30 years for and custom ordered was sold long ago after you backed out once it was delivered because you didn’t have the $ to pay for it! Laughing very hard


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Originally posted by Roger McGinnis:
I put 8 on one of my equipment trailers last year. Already lost one. Was quite surprised.
You definitely should try the g614……probably weighs triple what that endurance does…


I have G614's on my 48' Featherlite living quarters trailer. Couldn't be happier and probably overkill on that trailer, but I'd rather be safe than sorry. And I have Endurance on a couple of other trailers with no issues. Was just saying that I was surprised with 8 on my equipment trailer that one went away with very few miles on it. My 333 alone weighs about 12k.



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