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Old 07-30-2017, 02:43 PM   #1
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Well it happened

Well it finally happened appears the tread is separating form one of the BLOW MAX tires Only damage is rubbed the paint off the slide bracket and tube, will call tomorrow and see if it's under warranty if not maybe buy a new set of Goodyear's.
Might add about 7000 miles on them and always properly inflated and checked regularly on the road and never over 65 mph and TPMS.

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Old 07-30-2017, 03:10 PM   #2
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That does happen with the cheaper OEM tires. I ran mine about 3000 miles and swapped them for Carlisles. Many of the OEM tires just don't last and I wonder if the weight rating on them is wrong. Two of mine wouldn't hold air overnight; one of them would drop 15 lbs just sitting in an RV space. That convinced me it was getting ready to let go so I got rid of all of them (yes, all 5).
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