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Old 05-11-2014, 09:02 PM   #1
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Hi folks!Anyone have any experience or reviews on Karrier 5th wheel tires? I know they're "not from around here", but I'm looking to replace the Blowmax rubber on my soon to be mine 5'er..Any help greatly appreciated!
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If within your weight limitations, go to LT (light truck) tires. Michelin RIBS are a good example. Avoid any tire made in China, which makes most all ST type tires. I just suffered a blowout on my 5er three weeks ago. My China Bombs had less than 5k miles on them, I'm lightly loaded, checked pressure that morning and have a TPMS installed. The only thing it did was confirm that the explosion I heard was my front axle driver side tire.
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Here is a link to a story that doesn't sound to good for them...

Cardinal RV Club € View topic - Karrier Load Star Tires - FYI

Seems to me I remember that Kenda trailer tires developed a rep for serious problems some time ago--maybe better now? I personally would look at Maxxis...

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