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Posted: 04/08/12 04:43am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

On my second set of maxxis e rated tires

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Sandia Man wrote:

That's the problem, ST tires for the most part, are not manufactured here in the USA. After getting 3 years out of our stock ST tires, we purchased Maxxis ST tires and have been very satisfied with their performance thus far.


I think we get so used to saying "China" or "Taiwan", it just slips out!


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laknox wrote:

As soon as I can find a local supplier of Aerospace 303 Protectant, I'll be liberally using that, too.

Lyle


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laknox wrote:

I was firmly in the Maxxis camp until I found out that Carlisle, of all brands, has come out with a newly designed tire specifically designed to handle the heat here in the SW, so I'm gambling on a set of them. They are E-rated with a whopping R speed rating (106 mph), so they =should= easily handle the heat here in AZ. FWIW, I was/am a Chinese-made critic, but I did get 6 years out of my last set of Greenballs, though total mileage was < 4,000. We'll see. FWIW, I do keep my tires covered as much as possible and store the FW on stacked redwood 2x6's. As soon as I can find a local supplier of Aerospace 303 Protectant, I'll be liberally using that, too.

Lyle


I lost a tire and the tire dealer at the exit ramp sold Carlisles.. so I bought one..

Got home and needed three more.. internet site had them as "R" speed rated, like you I was thrilled.. but I called Carlisle just to be sure.. well.. bad news.. the new Carlisle "Es", and I have four now, are 65mph..

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I have "E" rated 225/75R15 Maxxis tires on my travel trailer. I am very satisfied with them.

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