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Review of: Goodyear Marathon Radial


Tires in October 2010 For my 5th wheel Big Horn Trailer. Trailer is stored in shelter when not in use. Tires have approximately 500 miles mostly on paved roads. I Keep 80 psi air in tires. The right rear tire blew out Oct. 8 while driving 65 mph. Did considerable damage to trailer.%3Cbr%3EAnother tire

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Review of: Bridgestone R265


…on my Sierra 2500HD Duramax. Tires are no match for 660 ft/lbs of torque on wet roads with empty bed. Downright scary in the rain and egg under the foot is the only way to treat the accelerator on anything other than dry, paved roads. Have towed a 12,000 lb 5th wheel about 5000 miles and the rears…

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…purpose trailer tires are not meant for use on cars or trucks. Keep it Real If you haul an expensive 5th wheel or travel trailer you can even go one step further and closely monitor the condition of your dedicated trailer tires as you drive. The Dill High-Pressure Retro-Fit Trailer Tire Pressure Monitor…

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Review of: Bridgestone R265


…on my Sierra 2500HD Duramax. Tires are no match for 660 ft/lbs of torque on wet roads with empty bed. Downright scary in the rain and egg under the foot is the only way to treat the accelerator on anything other than dry, paved roads. Have towed a 12,000 lb 5th wheel about 5000 miles and the rears…

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Review of: Goodyear Marathon Radial


Tires in October 2010 For my 5th wheel Big Horn Trailer. Trailer is stored in shelter when not in use. Tires have approximately 500 miles mostly on paved roads. I Keep 80 psi air in tires. The right rear tire blew out Oct. 8 while driving 65 mph. Did considerable damage to trailer.%3Cbr%3EAnother tire

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Review of: Goodyear Marathon Radial


Tires in October 2010 For my 5th wheel Big Horn Trailer. Trailer is stored in shelter when not in use. Tires have approximately 500 miles mostly on paved roads. I Keep 80 psi air in tires. The right rear tire blew out Oct. 8 while driving 65 mph. Did considerable damage to trailer.%3Cbr%3EAnother tire

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Review of: Continental ContiTrac TR


Tires came on my new %2711 F 350. I have pulled a 32 ft 5th wheel approx 20K miles with them and had no issues. They are relatively quiet and now I have 60K miles on them. I think I can get another 5K out of them but I am afraid to run them through the winter since they are so bad in snow and mud. I…

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Review of: Continental ContiTrac TR


Tires came on my new %2711 F 350. I have pulled a 32 ft 5th wheel approx 20K miles with them and had no issues. They are relatively quiet and now I have 60K miles on them. I think I can get another 5K out of them but I am afraid to run them through the winter since they are so bad in snow and mud. I…

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Review of: Continental ContiTrac TR


Tires came on my new %2711 F 350. I have pulled a 32 ft 5th wheel approx 20K miles with them and had no issues. They are relatively quiet and now I have 60K miles on them. I think I can get another 5K out of them but I am afraid to run them through the winter since they are so bad in snow and mud. I…
 
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