After owning my camper for 7 months, and towing around 500 miles, I had a blowout at 62 mph. No damage to the trailer, just some lost time while changing a tire on the side of the highway. The tire was a Mission TC-108 that came on the trailer, a 2009 Work and Play LT18, weighing about 6500 pounds at the time. While shopping for a replacement, the confusion began, and so did the search for a decent tire. Brand after brand would show up in a search as having blowouts. I'm sure some is operator, but not all. Looking for tires became almost as bad as reading about concertone problems. I finally settled on GoodRide, and changed to a load range "D", just for peace of mind.
Basically I went with a reputable tire dealer, and I know they'll stand behind what they sell. Can't find much on the internet about them, except made in China like most trailer tires. Anybody else been running them a while? Maybe we could get a poll for tires, good and bad. What are your experiences? This is a great place to gain info, and maybe some tire info would be useful. Average life of a trailer tire, 3 ~ 5 years. If they're older, get rid of them, regardless of mileage, at least that's what I read somewhere. Gonna be several on here needing tires. By the way, my RV dealer doesn't do tires. Can't even change one. Thanks
2012 Ford F250 ext. Cab 4x4
2002 Jeep Wrangler Sahara
2008 Yamaha V-Star 650 Classic
2008 Work and Play 18LT