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Old 02-07-2018, 02:02 AM   #1
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Exclamation Carlisle Radial trail HD tires

Anyone have experience with these? So far heard good reviews online but wanted to see what people in the forum think. Load range D in a 205/75R15 on a 5600lb Aspen Trail 234bhswe.
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Old 02-07-2018, 06:30 PM   #2
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Take a look at the Goodyear Endurance. Made in USA
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Old 02-07-2018, 07:09 PM   #3
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Take a look at the Goodyear Endurance. Made in USA


Run these tire on my voltage toy hauler. Mine are f rated with a speed rating of 75 mph. Got 40,000 miles on my first set. No issues


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Old 04-02-2018, 09:14 PM   #4
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I just put a set on my Infinity. I have run Carlisle in other application and had no problems.

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Wow. Nice speed rating on those. I thought all trailer tires were 65 MPH though as I just look at the Goodyears, I see they are listed as 87 MPH???
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Goodyear endurance 14 ply are 85 mph rated. I donít go that fast
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Just bought a set of Goodyear Endurance 205 75 15 at Discount Tires. They price matched a great deal at Sams Club. And with a sale going on, I got them for under $400. Installed and all the extras.


American Made, not Chinese


I have set of slightly used tires for sale hahahah
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Just bought a set of Goodyear Endurance 205 75 15 at Discount Tires. They price matched a great deal at Sams Club. And with a sale going on, I got them for under $400. Installed and all the extras.


American Made, not Chinese


I have set of slightly used tires for sale hahahah
We bought the Endurance tires at Discount Tire also. Make sure that they mounted the tires using the correct amount of torque. I noticed that mine were torqued using the blue torque stick which is set for 85 foot-pounds. The specs for my wheels calls for 90-100 foot-pounds which translates to the grey colored torque stick. I re-torqued mine as soon as I brought the rig home.
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We bought the Endurance tires at Discount Tire also. Make sure that they mounted the tires using the correct amount of torque. I noticed that mine were torqued using the blue torque stick which is set for 85 foot-pounds. The specs for my wheels calls for 90-100 foot-pounds which translates to the grey colored torque stick. I re-torqued mine as soon as I brought the rig home.

My first tire buy at Discount. They were all very friendly and cooperative. New Store, may have something to do with.


I actually made them torque with a torque wrench while I watched.



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My first tire buy at Discount. They were all very friendly and cooperative. New Store, may have something to do with.


I actually made them torque with a torque wrench while I watched.



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