If you have Tow Max tires and they DON'T have cracks in the sidewall....... they are probably defective also...JMHO
What he said. Run away as fast as you can from these tires. Two blowouts and over $4,500 in damages to my trailer - what else can I say?
Please enlighten me because I’ve heard that LT tires work just fine. If this is true, why don’t manufactures equip their trailers with them? Before I shell out a bunch of money on new rubber for my 2011 trailer, I certainly want to consider the best options available. Also, is there any downside to LT tires when used on trailers?
I’m just a little confused and very cautious at this point in my travels.
I had two blowouts with Towmax tires within a couple of weeks of one another. One occurred on rear passenger side tire and the other on front driver side. To makes matter worse, both blowouts caused substantial damage to my 2011 Montana High Country 333DB. I have driven on these for approximately 12K miles and always check the pressure before heading out.
As soon as I get her back from the repair facility I’ll be changing the entire lot out with another brand. My local tire dealer has recommended a brand called Grenmax, load range E tires. He claims that he’s been putting these on trailers for the past two years without a single complaint.
Anyone heard of these? Yes, they are made in China.
Part of the deal when we purchased the HC was the tires were changed out to BFG Commercial T/A's. I'm happy with these tires...
What size and load range tires are these? I'm running 235/80 R16, load range E tires.
Hi everyone, new guy chiming in. I have a 2011 High Country 333DB with a little over 12k miles on it. This is my 3rd 5th wheel and have to say my favorite so far. Sure, I’ve had some minor problems but nothing too serious - all fixable stuff under warranty and handyman efforts. Unfortunately, she is currently at the dealer to repair damage caused by two separate tire blowouts that occurred within two weeks of each other. However, that’s another issue pertaining to my dissatisfaction with the OEM, Towmax brand tires.
One more thing, she tows very nicely behind my 2002 Chevy HD Silverado sporting the Duramax power plant.