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Time for new trailer tires - i have a single axle shorelander with a 17" crestliner on it. Anyone have reasons to go with or stay away from one brand or another? Or are they all about the same - other than bias or radials. There will be radials going on, though...



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Re: tires
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When I bought m y 18.50 Chrestliner it came with Carlile tires. Both blew within 2 years and had the proper air pressure. Never will buy them again. good luck.

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My last set I bought at discount tire. I would have to look at the brand but they are heavier load rating, 82 mph rated and balanced.

I wanted ones better than the FF or Northern in stock tires since I now tow it longer distances and use it to carry extra stuff.

So it may not be brand but quality of tire to think of as well.

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I got mine at Discount tire also and been happy with them . goodluck

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Quote:

Reinhard wrote:
I got mine at Discount tire also and been happy with them . goodluck


which brand/model did you get?

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They are steel radial Denman Express S/T. good luck.

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goodyear marathons and never look back

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Re: tires
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I cant find marathons - even asked - seems they dont make them in the size anymore - thats what im taking off. After much reading and reviews, seems all of the makers have their detractors. With that said, im having a pair of Carlisle Radial Trails mounted in load range D, which is a step up from the Marathons that were a C. Also higher speed rating.

Keep the air up and the speed down and they should be fine...
(i keep telling myself that)

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I currently have carlisle's radials that look like marathon's on my 1875 Pro V. It's been to Canada three times and lots of other towing miles and they are wearing perfectly. I also put Carlisle's radials on my sled trailer two years ago and they have been great. Getting the correct load rating is KEY!

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