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Old 05-11-2019, 02:57 PM   #11
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Love mine, they never lose air and ride great.


Website says my post was too short so adding this sentence to please the beast.
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Old 05-19-2019, 05:58 PM   #12
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Old 05-23-2019, 11:07 AM   #13
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Heading out this weekend for our first trip on a new set of these. They look much stronger than the 8 ply goodrides that came on the camper.

Not meaning to hijack this thread but what air pressure do you guys run? Max psi is 80, I have mine at 75.
10,000 lb fifth wheel
I am able to calculate a safe pressure with reserve for you, but need info of rig and tires.

For topicstarter I expect the pressure to be to low, because of the treath-seperation, for the old tires, and new Eload needs then even a bit higher for same load, and old already need higher to give no treath-seperation.

So the new tires, are they ST . Mayby stupid question, but I dont know what kind of vehicle, assume 5th wheeler, but make me wiser.

Give as much info as you can. Weigt speed and tire-specifications.
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Old 05-23-2019, 01:04 PM   #14
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Anyone with positive feedback on Carlisle Trail HD tires in 225/75R/15E ?? I want to replace OE Carlisle tires on a 2013 Keyatone Laredo that are getting some tread separation. A dealer in formed me Goodyear Endurance of the same metrics are unavailable.Thoughts? Should I look elsewhere?

Put the 16" load range F on my Montana 2 years ago. Great ride, no air loss. Go all over US yearly with them. great tires.
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Old 05-24-2019, 11:18 AM   #15
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Goodyear Endurance in your metrics
https://www.tires-easy.ca/225-75-15/...code/724857519
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Old 07-17-2019, 09:06 AM   #16
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Had a set of 225 80R 16's installed just over 1 year ago. Kept them inflated to 75 PSI.
We are about to head out tomorrow on a 3 week road trip, and so today, as I was checking inflation, I notice a small "bubble" on a sidewall.
Upon further inspection, All FOUR tires had sidewall separation to some degree.


I returned them to the dealer today, and they said they have never seen anything like that kind of damage. All the Techs agreed as they took turns looking them over.


They are replacing them, albeit with another set of Carlisles, which I'm not overly ecstatic about, this afternoon as we speak. If not for the fact we are headed out in the morning, I would have waited until they could have ordered me some Sailuns or Goodyears, but the Carlisles were all I could get (anywhere in town) on short notice.


I'll obviously be keeping a VERY close eye on the new ones.


I have informed the Tire shop that I will be interested to hear what Carlisle has to say about them, as they said they would be returning them for inspection.


FWIW, Date code was 4917.
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Old 07-17-2019, 12:51 PM   #17
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Had a set of 225 80R 16's installed just over 1 year ago. Kept them inflated to 75 PSI.
We are about to head out tomorrow on a 3 week road trip, and so today, as I was checking inflation, I notice a small "bubble" on a sidewall.
Upon further inspection, All FOUR tires had sidewall separation to some degree.


I returned them to the dealer today, and they said they have never seen anything like that kind of damage. All the Techs agreed as they took turns looking them over.


They are replacing them, albeit with another set of Carlisles, which I'm not overly ecstatic about, this afternoon as we speak. If not for the fact we are headed out in the morning, I would have waited until they could have ordered me some Sailuns or Goodyears, but the Carlisles were all I could get (anywhere in town) on short notice.


I'll obviously be keeping a VERY close eye on the new ones.


I have informed the Tire shop that I will be interested to hear what Carlisle has to say about them, as they said they would be returning them for inspection.


FWIW, Date code was 4917.
Those bubbles are an early sign for tread separations.

Did those tires have speed letters on them? The separation bubbles are usually result from exceeding the tires speed restriction.
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Old 07-17-2019, 01:24 PM   #18
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Those bubbles are an early sign for tread separations.

Did those tires have speed letters on them? The separation bubbles are usually result from exceeding the tires speed restriction.

Speed rating on them was 75mph, which I never exceeded for more than maybe a minute while out passing a slow vehicle, but I tow 65.
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