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Old 07-14-2019, 11:24 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by Judygandy View Post
We are about to purchase tires for our 38 Ft Outback.
What are your experience with Mastertrack 10 ply tires?
Two tire stores recommended them but we donít want blow-outs on our trip.
Is your Outback a travel trailer toy hauler?

The newer ones are fitted with ST225/75R15 LRE tires.

The China tire industry is very competitive. Price fluctuations need to be scrutinized closely. The slightly higher priced ones may have Nylon overlays in their construction. That feature alone, increases the tiresí durability dramatically, especially in higher operating temperatures.

Strength and durability are the two key features to look for when searching for your RV trailer tires. Of course usage plays a part in your selection. If you only make a few short trips a year you may just want an economically priced tire you can afford to replace every year or two. For those long trips, strength and durability should top your list of things to consider for your new tires.

The whole ST tire industry is evolving rapidly. There are now some 15Ē steel cased tires on the market. The ST225/75R15 with a LRF is one of them. I donít know the tire size you are looking for so thatís just a guess.

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