Everyone has an opinion; occasionally, they are actually based on facts backed up with links to source materials.
Most often though, they are not worth the ether they are blasted through.
CAVEAT LECTOR - "Let the reader beware" is never so true as on a open forum. Remember, there is not a single poster who will pony up the money to pay for the damage that their bad advice caused.
And THAT my friends IS a fact (without a source, except common sense).
In My Honest Opinion, I would never consider putting a non-ST tire on a trailer and I would never TOW without LT tires on the tow vehicle.
Oh, and one more thing. If you want to see how helpful the advice being offered is, look at the person's profile. In the upper right hand corner may be a bar of 10 small squares of two shades of green. As you post something that helps someone, they can hit the "Thanks" button. This increments the "Thanks" counter by one.
If you hover over the bar it will come up with a text stating how reliable the advice typically given by the poster is. Someone who has never been thanked will say "User is an unknown quantity at this point", at 350 "Thanks" it will say "User is just really nice", and to get the top rating "User has a reputation beyond repute" you would need to be thanked more than 2,000 times.
Oh, and you can't thank your OWN posts.