A lot of great input and discussion. What I can't understand is why FR continues to use that brand of tire. I have a new Grey Wolf ordered and have decided the first thing I will do is replace the tires. The last thing I want at any point and time is chunks of rubber doing body work on my trailer. It seemingly compares to Cadillac putting recaps on their new cars. When I looked at the Grey Wolf at the RV show in January I was really impressed with the trailer, the materials and workmanship and pricing. Duh, I would gladly pay a few more bucks for a quality tire. Guess what, everything rides on the tires. I wonder how much more FR would stand out above the others if they stepped up and started using a well known brand name tire that could be serviced by one of many local dealers nationwide, if needed. I manage a scuba shop and we sell only top name and respected brands that stand behind their products. Therefore, I very seldom have an issue with customer over an equipment problem. I just don't understand why build a great product and slap crap tires on them!! Doesn't add up no matter how you cut it. FR needs to get the pencil pushers out of the design and equipment needs and fix this situation. Okay, I've stated my piece. Anyone disagree?
Bruce & Sarah Tanner