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Posted: 03/04/19 09:00pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

blofgren wrote:

Man my head hurts reading this thread......[emoticon]




You and me both, it’s a TIRE.

No tire runs well with no air [emoticon] IMO it’s a testament to the Saliun tire that it held up as well as it did, a lesser quality tire would have come apart and done a bunch of damage. Not a scratch to the fifth wheel , or the wheel.

I do know one thing I have seen the damage of what a Goodyear G614 can do , and yet to hear or see any with the Sailun.

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blofgren wrote:

Man my head hurts reading this thread......[emoticon]


Ditto. And looking at the OP photo, the tread of the Sailun tire is intact.


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Charlie D. wrote:

JIMNLIN wrote:

Nothing new there but thanks anyway for proving the point what I and others have said over the years it all depends on how the question is asked a tire mfg and what your agenda is.


Read my post carefully. I used the exact same question you used with the only exception being I used my first name in the email I sent them. Their response is that they are not warranted on trailer service and advises me to use ST tires instead.

Your problem was using your email name. You had your run in with Michelin over your BFG tires recall issues some time back so they have you on file. They know your trailer had OEM ST tires on it So sure you screwed the pooch in your dealing with the tire mfg while the rest of us didn't.
You and I are hijacking the OP thread about 16" Sailun S637 G tire. I'm not going to say anymore on what Michelin says but if you want to start your own thread I'll be glad to have some more input from Michelin support for you.


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Posted: 03/05/19 08:57am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

My head hurts too. Please start a new topic if you wish to continue this discussion. Thread closed for too many off topic remarks and thread hyjack.
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