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Old 04-20-2020, 08:13 PM   #1
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Tires for my 2019 Silverback with 17.5" wheels

I searched the forum but did not find any recent threads.

My tires are still in good shape but I would like to have a plan in case of a sudden need for new tires. I would prefer to have tires chosen should I need them, rather than making a poor, spur of the moment purchase.

From what I had been reading, the Goodyear Endurance would have been a good choice, but it seems they are not made in the 215/75R17.5 size that I need.

So..... what options are available and what has your experience been?

Thanks,
Jim
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Old 04-20-2020, 08:35 PM   #2
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I have had good luck with Maxxis tires. They are highly recommended by many.

Simple Tire will ship them free to your tire dealer. https://simpletire.com/catalog/paid?...hoCfnYQAvD_BwE

Also, donít wait until you need tires. That will usually happen when you are on the road and you will be at the mercy of what is available...
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I searched the forum but did not find any recent threads.

My tires are still in good shape but I would like to have a plan in case of a sudden need for new tires. I would prefer to have tires chosen should I need them, rather than making a poor, spur of the moment purchase.

From what I had been reading, the Goodyear Endurance would have been a good choice, but it seems they are not made in the 215/75R17.5 size that I need.

So..... what options are available and what has your experience been?

Thanks,
Jim
Goodyear, but not the Endurance. Goodyear G114's. You need the 14 ply rating to get the benefit of the H load range.

Westlake makes that size and some use them. I moved up to 17.5" and G114's. They are good tires, and more readily available than Asian tires.
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