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IMO there's nothing wrong with being brand loyal, but you just don't want to be brand loyal to the point of blindness. I'm brand loyal to B&W hitches, Sailun tires, and Honda motorcycles. And DeWalt cordless tools.


I am brand loyal to what serves me best. ONLY RV tire issue I have EVER had was on current DRV with GY "H" 17.5's. I had some pcs of the center tread come off, no loss of air. GY replaced that tire and 3 others. They had a batch in 2015 that had same issue. All of my RV tires have been GY since early to mid 90's. Not even a flat.

B&W has been great owning several of their products. Last is the B&W Tow N Stow ball setup!

I have owned 5 RAM trucks never left along the side of the road, well twice that I failed to add fuel!

I have owned many DeWalt cordless tools over my career and beyond into retirement.

Corded tools I have my favorites over several brands as each are the best IMHO.

I buy the highest quality most dependable products and have been served well over the years.

Could have bought the Chinese Made adjustable CURT at far less $$$.

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fj12ryder wrote:

IMO there's nothing wrong with being brand loyal, but you just don't want to be brand loyal to the point of blindness. I'm brand loyal to B&W hitches, Sailun tires, and Honda motorcycles. And DeWalt cordless tools.


Sure, I meant as you pointed out ,this blindless and this RAH! RAH! over a TIRE

How about those Raiders did you see them hand it too the Broncos Monday night , now that’s RAH! RAH! [emoticon]

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Cummins12V98 wrote:

fj12ryder wrote:

IMO there's nothing wrong with being brand loyal, but you just don't want to be brand loyal to the point of blindness. I'm brand loyal to B&W hitches, Sailun tires, and Honda motorcycles. And DeWalt cordless tools.


I am brand loyal to what serves me best. ONLY RV tire issue I have EVER had was on current DRV with GY "H" 17.5's. I had some pcs of the center tread come off, no loss of air. GY replaced that tire and 3 others. They had a batch in 2015 that had same issue. All of my RV tires have been GY since early to mid 90's. Not even a flat.

B&W has been great owning several of their products. Last is the B&W Tow N Stow ball setup!

I have owned 5 RAM trucks never left along the side of the road, well twice that I failed to add fuel!

I have owned many DeWalt cordless tools over my career and beyond into retirement.

Corded tools I have my favorites over several brands as each are the best IMHO.

I buy the highest quality most dependable products and have been served well over the years.

Could have bought the Chinese Made adjustable CURT at far less $$$.

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Ya, same great tire you love . 4*1/2 year old Goodyear’ G114 I read about on the Montana forum with the blowout , one among many Goodyear blowouts reported there. No I did not say Endurance [emoticon]

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