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Posted: 04/28/19 05:50pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Look at their LT tires in the 15 inch rim. They have a couple of very good LT tires that are 50 psi and have a load range around 2200lbs, but they need a rim that will accept a 235 tire. They also have some LT215/75/15 (100=1700lb) load tires that should fit fine on a 205 rim.

AS for the service it is really dependent on the store. One here in my town has a bad rep and one has a great rep. for customer service. Almost no complaints about the product or level of skill at either store.


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Posted: 04/28/19 08:11pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I have and recommend the Carlisle Radial HD in slightly larger 215/75R14. I ordering my second set this spring.

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The Carlisle HD’s are probably the best tire out there right now! I would go with them. Maybe you can find a better place to buy them from and/or install them!


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pitch wrote:

I use Wal Mart for oil changes and I have also bought tires from them.
I have no fear of a multi billion dollar company handling service like that. They always hand me an itemized computer generated receipt.
If I have a problem with either the service or the product they will make good. Not worth their time to argue about a stripped lug.


But then you can't sit on the internet and talk about how you're paranoid that the lube tech will leave your oil filter loose....


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APT wrote:

I have and recommend the Carlisle Radial HD in slightly larger 215/75R14. I my second set.

I am on my first set on my Passport. Same size I believe. They have been great!


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I have the 205/75/14C Carlisle Radial HD's on my trailer now and am extremely happy with them for about 10k now. I was also very happy with the Trailer Kings for 20k. I will definitely be purchasing them again after these are 4 years old. As someone stated above Maintenance of your tires is key.


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Perhaps things have changed for Carlisle, at one time there was nothing but negativity for them.

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Avoid Chinese tires at all costs.

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twodownzero wrote:

Avoid Chinese tires at all costs.


Do you have any actual data to support the statement? Or is it just opinion based on anecdotal evidence?

I had a Ford once that was a total piece of ****! Now that truck caused me to swear off Fords for life.

However I have never thought that qualified me to say, "Stay away from Ford at all costs". I have said that I disliked Fords and wouldn't buy one,but never have attempted to sway anothers decision with nothing more than a personal opinion backing me!

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Weldon wrote:

Perhaps things have changed for Carlisle, at one time there was nothing but negativity for them.


I once owned a Pinto.
I've had a few Fords since then. Things do change.

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