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Just wondering if anybody has used the Synergy tires. Especially on 5th wheel trailer. I need to replace all four a Cameo. Looking for opinions. were in a oil farming area and dealer says he's been selling this tire for trailers. He says he's had no problem. Its a 14 ply and looks like a rib.


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I just bought 4 Sailun G rated 14 ply tires dot date code is Jan 2018 from simpletire.com for our 14k fiver. Got tires in about five days. For the price seemed like a good deal and others posted good reviews. Glad the Trailer max tires are off the fiver. BTW less than $600 for four 235/80R16.

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Tires are manufactured ion Japan.

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I’ve done quite a bit of research and cannot find any bad comments Guess I’ll give them a try.

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I can't find the tire load range or other specification.


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Personally, I'd much rather go with a tire brand that's more well-known and has a track record. The Sailun seems to be an excellent choice, though you need to be sure your rims will handle the 110 psi for a G tire. Likely your FW is placarded for ST E tires, so may only have 80 psi rims.

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kennethwooster wrote:

Just wondering if anybody has used the Synergy tires. Especially on 5th wheel trailer. I need to replace all four a Cameo. Looking for opinions. were in a oil farming area and dealer says he's been selling this tire for trailers. He says he's had no problem. Its a 14 ply and looks like a rib.


A very popular ST tire size and built by just about all of the ST tire builders. Probably just right for your axles.

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CALandLIN wrote:

kennethwooster wrote:

Just wondering if anybody has used the Synergy tires. Especially on 5th wheel trailer. I need to replace all four a Cameo. Looking for opinions. were in a oil farming area and dealer says he's been selling this tire for trailers. He says he's had no problem. Its a 14 ply and looks like a rib.


A very popular ST tire size and built by just about all of the ST tire builders. Probably just right for your axles.

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62lb 5 rib tire. Looks pretty stout.

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kennethwooster wrote:

I’ve done quite a bit of research and cannot find any bad comments Guess I’ll give them a try.


How has your experience been with the Synergy RV tires? I am looking at a set to replace some coming up on five years age. Thanks,

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