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Old 07-31-2017, 03:59 PM   #11
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several years ago I saved $30 tire on some 325x16" tires. I bought Cooper manf. tires instead of BF Goodrich...two years later I got to buy more. Guess what I bought?

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Old 07-31-2017, 06:03 PM   #12
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I'm not a brand plugger. However, I do a lot of RV trailer tire (all designs) research.

The total number of RV trailer tires used today on our trailers still do not have Nylon overlays or wedges. Mostly in sizes 14" and below. The wedges and overlays are designed to prolong the effects of tread separations.

Another tire add-on is a sidewall scuff guard. Hardly any of the ST tires have that feature.

The new GY tires have both of those features.

Other brands such as Maxxis and Power King have a Nylon overlay in 15" & 16" tires only.

Another thing to remember; When you buy USA made tires their pricing is normally going to be higher because they don't receive any government tariff discounts. Almost all others do except maybe Maxxis.

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