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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.



Good looking trailer tires, we might try a set at some point.

We like the fact they're rated for over 80 mph.
 
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Here we go again.


LOL! It's cheap entertainment & I toy with the Forum Fool so we all can laugh at him.

The Truck & Trailer was bought with my cash for my "entire racing operation".

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Sure it is broke dyck and what cash you have is from scamming disability with a fictitious claim they call that fraud.
 
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I have been using the Goodyear Endurance "Trump" tire since 2017, not had any issues on any of my three trailers yet. And out here in the soutwest where tires get torn up pretty quickly Im sold. Went from needing tires every 2-3 years to going 6 years and still holding out fine. But the oldest set will get replaced before next year.

FWIW we did loose one on the way back from Norwalk this year on the Vettes ATC trailer. They were 5 years old 15" and that trailer lives in Phoenix..

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FYI, the rear most tires of my original set were replaced first, in September of 2020 the remaining 4 tires were replaced in August of 2021.







That said, I do not typically check the air pressure before going on a road trip and my highway speed is typically 70-75mph.
 
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For my Buddy ED, 2K miles on them at 70 mph max.

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ain't your trailer, you don't own it and how would YOU put 2000 miles on it when your POS ain't been raced in 2 years
 
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FORUM FOOL,

You read everything I post, but you don't comprehend; you're a special kind of stupid.

I own multiple race vehicles & driven fully sponsored rides. Just because you don't compete in the seat; don't try to project your short comings on me.

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3000 lbs.
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Wrong and no surprise that most everything you type is a lie just as your fraudulent disability claim is. But again, you're a lazy pos and scumbag!
 
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WRONG again Buddy, as usual with your non-factual assumptions!

I guess I need a DRR member(s) to explain your wrong assumptions. You need to study up on your geography.


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3000 lbs.
Pump Gas 436
 
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The problem in this part of the world is heat and ozone levels. Neither of which are friendly to rubber. We usually have to replace all of them from weather checking within two to three years tops. Until I bought the Goodyears they seem hanging in there MUCH better here. Out here in the summer when the pavement can reach in excess of 150 degrees daily air pressure is an issue. Due to road temps it will make the tires rise significantly in pressure. I have used a temp gun and seen tires temps at or about 160 many times. Just part f living out here where the sun is always shining and the air temps are at or above 100 for 6=7 months many years.

This was a front on this particular ATC They were not quite 5 years old. And they NEEDED to be replaced before this trip were just greedy trying to get one last trip from them. Was not a tread wear issue. This is a 22' trailer, probably a bit heavy for being that short as its FULL of spare parts.

Not me changing this thing not my trailer Smile But instead its a famous west coast heads up racerSmile

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That looks like a bias ply tire instead of a radial. Nice thing about bias tires that I had on a trailer a long time ago is that they don't rip the fender off if they go down at speed.



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Thanks to those who can participate respectfully. It make for an informational thread when the drama is ignored.

The 14 ply are sure expensive. But are much heavier. Good to know the Goodyear is an alternative. Seems like either will need replacing with age


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that is a 15" tire and all 15" trailer tires are made in china and it's probably a carlise too which is absolute junk.
 
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Thanks to those who can participate respectfully.

you're welcome and I'll remind you that this thread was directed specifically to me because my experience with this tire and my past comments here is why the OP now runs this tire.
 
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that is a 15" tire and all 15" trailer tires are made in china and it's probably a carlise too which is absolute junk.


Its a Goodyear Endurace...But they are 15" mine are all 16", again not my trailer. orrected my earlier post to reflect the 15" tire..USA made, sorry Ed

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ALL Goodyear Endurance tires are made in the USA

Since I am sure Ed wont beleive anything he thinks he knows here ya go. Or maybe the article is a LIE

https://corporate.goodyear.com...ed_trailer_tire.html


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where did I state they weren't?
 
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that is a 15" tire and all 15" trailer tires are made in china and it's probably a carlise too which is absolute junk.


Here, ALL seems pretty inclusive..


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that quote is in response to the blown tire in the photo which is not a GY Endurance and was identified by another poster as a bias tire
 
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