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Old 10-06-2020, 03:19 PM   #1
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Carlisle Trail HD Tires

It's time for a new set of tires. Goodyear Endurance was my first choice but its costly. For a set of 4 ST225 75R15 LRE, it costs CA$230 over the Carlisle Trail HD. Is Carlisle comparable to the Endurance?
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Old 10-06-2020, 04:59 PM   #2
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No......check the load ratings and speed ratings......had a set of Carlisle's........Carlisle's are from one of the better China factories and the Goodyears are made here...
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I have a set of Carlisle tires on my boat trailer, towed all over BC, so far so good. They are rated for 81 MPH, so no worries like the old ST tires. Would I get them for my Fiver? maybe!
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On my second set of Carlisle Radial Trail HD
These are the newer ST-E tires with a higher speed rating. Bob C. is prolly thinking of the non-HD version.
They're good tires.
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Old 10-09-2020, 06:30 PM   #5
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Have Goodyear Endurance on our 5er for over 2 years and about 20000 Klm so far happy with them no issues.
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We had a set of Carlisle HD tires on my trailer I traded for my ORV. I thought they were pretty good tires, but only had a few thousand miles on them when I traded. I oversized them, and did not air them up to full capacity, and they tracked and behaved well.

I like the idea of US made tires, but am not real fond of Goodyear tires. I've had no tire problems with the ones we are running now, we have about 22k miles on them, and they are doing well.
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The goodyear tires never worked well for our trailer. They tended to wear out faster. I bought the Mastercraft UN203 from Amazon and have not had a problem after two trips from Oregon to Florida and back.
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The differences between the Radial HD and the Endurance are slight. I went with the HD's due to $$ savings and slightly more tread, same speed rating, E load rating as the E's. I'm betting that they will wear better than the E's. Truth is that Carlisle has made as good or better tire than GY in the last few years. But some peeps keep bringing up the past problems of the earlier Carlisles, BUT don't mention the Marathon crap!!! Just sayin'!!!
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I ran the cheap Chinese tires that came OEM on my ORV for 12K miles, and recently installed a set of Carlisle Trail HDs with the next letter up load rating. I've taken them about 200 miles and zero problems so far.
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I still have the Maxxis tires on mine. They were the gold standard a few years back. The 80mph+ speed rating that some are getting is good but I seldom tow at 80+mph.
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Quote:
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On my second set of Carlisle Radial Trail HD
These are the newer ST-E tires with a higher speed rating. Bob C. is prolly thinking of the non-HD version.
They're good tires.
I have these tires on my trailer, this is the second set I have had (the other set was on my old outback). I really like these tires, they have been good to us.

Here is what we have on our 2014 27DBHS:
https://www.discounttire.com/buy-tir...xactmatch=true
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