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Sutong China Tire Resources is what I found for the Parent Company.


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Michelle.S wrote:

Sutong China Tire Resources is what I found for the Parent Company.


I would love to see a pic of the tire saying "Made in Japan".


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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.

Howdy Ken.....The 16" SP500 all steel ply load G tires have been out for a while in the regional service trailer industry. Seems like commercial type trailer mfg are the first to use a new brand tire and like others load G commercial grade have a good service rep before rv trailer owners find them.
I don't have any experience with the brand but if the commercial industry has used them with good results I sure wouldn't be afraid to use them.

Synergy also have a SP900 in 17.5" used for steer/trailer position that has good marks from the commercial side.

Several brands of 16"/17.5" commercial grade load G and H tires out here with good service records...noting in common with the usual poly carcass ST load E/D/C tires other than their round and black.


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Anybody heard from Kenneth, he hasn't posted in about a year?

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GlenO wrote:

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,


I would look at it this way - there are lots of tires used by guys looking for a cheap, semi reliable tire for their dump trailer, construction trailer, etc. They use the tires heavily and usually wear them out before they fail. If they are really bad they fail quickly, if they are semi OK, they last a long time due to constant use. I purchased a Hercules tire from a shop like this, they swear it is a great tire. However, their tire use is not the same as an RV. The RV tires typically sits more than it is driven. It gets driven hard, say for a day or two getting somewhere to a destination then sits for days, then driven hard back. Most RV tires sit all winter and sit 90% of the time. Can not compare a RV use to a construction trailer. My recommendation, stick with US made, reliable RV tires - or other proven RV tires, or if your trailer is light enough, go with an LT truck tires as this is the best option out there as they are the only tires truly tested for reliability, ST tires are not tested. PS, that Hercules tire is now my spare.

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