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Old 03-09-2014, 02:39 PM   #1
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Trailer tire Prometer

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Have not been around IRV2 for a long time..
Was at a trailer show shopping for ST205/75R/14 load range C tires..
A dealer offered me ProMeter RV tires....
Never heard of this brand, any advise........Thanks Barrie
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You'll get tons of info if you search trailer tires on IRV2.
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Seems the Chinese tire manufacturers change names about as often as some folks change their underwear.

First thing to do is to get the axle weights on your trailer and make sure the C range tires are adequate for the load.

Personally, I'd try to find a tire from a major brand that will meet you load and size ratings.

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