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Old 03-28-2012, 12:07 PM   #1
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Need New Tires

On a recent trip back from utah we had a blowout on our 32ft Keystone Couger TT. The trailer is an 06 so we are going to replace the tires. We would like the best tires we can find. An recommendations based on your experence would be greatly appriciated. Thank you
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Old 03-28-2012, 03:01 PM   #2
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Go on line and look up tire rack . Com
They carry every tire known . They have reviews and ratings on the tires
I use them for pricing , then go to discount tire and they always match there price
Good luck
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We would like the best tires we can find. An recommendations based on your experence would be greatly appriciated.
Your trailer probably has ST225/75R15D tires. I'd go up one notch to load range E (the old 10 ply rating). Not many folks make that tire, but I've found an excellent tire is the Maxxis M8008. Not cheap, but you're worth it. You can order them in size ST225/75R15E from DiscountTire if they don't have them in stock.

M8008 ST Radial = Maxxis website

225/75-15 Maxxis Tires = Discount Tire
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Go on line and look up tire rack . Com
They carry every tire known .
No, they don't carry Maxxis or ProComp or Mickey Thompson or Cooper/MasterCraft or other Cooper brands. They do carry most brands, including:
BFGoodrich
Bridgestone
Continental
Dick Cepek
Dunlop
Firestone
Fuzion
General Tire
Goodyear
Hankook
Hoosier
Kumho
Michelin
Pirelli
Power King
Sumitomo
(some but not all Toyo )
Uniroyal
Yokohama

The only ST225/75R15E tire they carry is an unknown Chinese brand I never heard of = Power King.
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Thanks for the imput. I would really like to buy once. I'll check out the tire rack reviews.
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