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Old 08-03-2016, 10:46 PM   #31
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Lionshead has at least five "brands" of tires. Did y'all know that in 2014 they recalled 39,569 tires? What does that tell you?
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Not much really, What Brand (s) Out of how many tires sold???? A million??

Looks like they supply to the RV manufacturers, they are suppliers / wholesalers not manufacturers ??????

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Lionshead Specialty Tire & Wheel, LLC “Lionshead” was established in 1993 and is a contract manufacturer of trail components including tires,

wheels and specialty running gear accessories. Lionshead is a privately held and family owned business head-quartered in Goshen, Indiana.

Lionshead owns and operates 325,000 square feet of industrial space with facilities located in Goshen, Indiana, Mountain Home,

Idaho, Waxahachie, Texas, and Denton North Carolina.
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Old 08-04-2016, 09:37 AM   #32
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Really don't know

Not much really, What Brand (s) Out of how many tires sold???? A million??

Looks like they supply to the RV manufacturers, they are suppliers / wholesalers not manufacturers ??????

From their web site:

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Lionshead Specialty Tire & Wheel, LLC “Lionshead” was established in 1993 and is a contract manufacturer of trail components including tires,

wheels and specialty running gear accessories. Lionshead is a privately held and family owned business head-quartered in Goshen, Indiana.

Lionshead owns and operates 325,000 square feet of industrial space with facilities located in Goshen, Indiana, Mountain Home,

Idaho, Waxahachie, Texas, and Denton North Carolina.

Well you buy what you like but on my Cedar Creek there is not any Chinese junk tires going on my camper, I spent to much money on camper. I think to much of me to run Chinese junk on my truck. I try to buy American when I can but it's evident that you don't , you just buy what's the cheapest. I care about American jobs and you care about Chinese jobs. But hey you buy what you like, but for me I think to much of the ones I love to put them or me in harms way just to save a buck. I wish Forest River and Cedar Creek felt the same way but unfortunately it's all about saving a buck


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Old 08-04-2016, 11:17 AM   #33
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Here, here Spock!!!
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Well you buy what you like but on my Cedar Creek there is not any Chinese junk tires going on my camper, I spent to much money on camper. I think to much of me to run Chinese junk on my truck. I try to buy American when I can but it's evident that you don't , you just buy what's the cheapest. I care about American jobs and you care about Chinese jobs. But hey you buy what you like, but for me I think to much of the ones I love to put them or me in harms way just to save a buck. I wish Forest River and Cedar Creek felt the same way but unfortunately it's all about saving a buck


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Not really it is about buying the best quality that you can afford. I would buy the Goodyears but can't afford $300 plus a tire. No Chinese junk tires on my trailer either. I buy American when I can but can't always afford it. Can't afford a Cedar Creek but that's ok we have just as much fun as those of you with plenty of money. No one here is in harms way.

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The first camper we brought was a travel trailer, a Keystone Springdale, 256RLL. No slides, we never had a problem getting in any campground and no problems with the camper. Probably the best camper we ever owned, we had fun and we still have fun. I love camping, closest thing to backpacking


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I hear that !!!!....Our first was a 1973 Terry with P rated tires actually the 1988 Terry had P rated tires too........ camping has always been fun whether in a tent or trailer but the old bones don't care for the ground much any more........

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