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Old 03-20-2012, 10:30 PM   #15
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No radial tire has 14 plies. Or even 12 plies. The "ply" nomenclature is a holdover from bias ply tires, where the number of plies were built up to give it strength. Radials are a completely different design and use steel and/or synthetic cords to give the required strength plus "belts" to provide the rolling surface. There really are no "plies" in a radial tire.

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Old 03-21-2012, 07:48 AM   #17
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Two places not to skimp on your RV are brakes and tires. They need to work and work every time. I have never heard of the brand. Is it another Chinese brand that is here for a few months and then disappear after the warranty claims start to climb? I would stick to the better know and proven manufacturers.

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I was faced with a similar decision recently. We have similar coaches and I'll bet the same size tire. Learn from someone else's expensive mistake. You can read my experience here.

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