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Old 09-04-2013, 08:40 PM   #1
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New Trailer Tires

I am considering replacing my RV trailer tires that are 5 years old. I was in a Sam's Club and thought I would check what they carry. The only trailer tire that they carry is a Greenball Towmaster. I have never heard of this brand and would like to know if you have. Are they any good or not and how well they hold up for the long haul.

Thanks for your help concerning this.



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I am considering replacing my RV trailer tires that are 5 years old. I was in a Sam's Club and thought I would check what they carry. The only trailer tire that they carry is a Greenball Towmaster. I have never heard of this brand and would like to know if you have. Are they any good or not and how well they hold up for the long haul.

Thanks for your help concerning this.

Mike
5 years? Wow. My boat trailer blew both tires this year- brand new in 2011
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Old 09-05-2013, 08:17 AM   #3
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I've heard of it - seen it mentioned in messages from a few other trailer owners. No pros or cons. If somebody is using that brand and not complaining, that could be a good thing? Google 'greenball towmaster' and you will find a number of comments and I have yet to see a negative.
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What size and load range tire are you replacing; what is the sidewall maximum rated load at what inflation pressure? That information would help us suggest possible alternatives, should any exist.

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