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Old 08-11-2022, 11:20 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by Mic View Post
so with all the blow out talk....

why not put regulars passenger truck tires (i have not had a blow out ever) on the trailer ???
Simply because almost all travel trailers weigh more than any 4 LT tires can support. In other words, in most RV applications, LT tires are "too light rated" to support the weight of a travel trailer.

As an example, look up the 15" LT tire ratings and compare them to the 15" ST tire ratings.

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Old 08-11-2022, 12:17 PM   #22
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I never intended this to be a TIRE thread. Those who can do so are more than welcome to close it before the squad of tire gurus catch wind.

My point was, that they have a video showing protection in a blow out situation and thought someone might be interested. Personally I would have a fab shop make some that had more substantial retention such as bolting to the frame (not really sure) and I do think these gizmos are far to expensive for what they are.
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