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Posted: 11/08/20 07:46pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

About every 3 to 4 years. That has always been when they fail.

DURO bias, failed about 3.5 years. One blew and the rest were coming apart. OEM tire.
Denman Express radial just over 3 years. Lost the entire cap. Still held air long enough to pull over.
MAXXIS just short of 4 years and one of the tread caps was ripping off. Put the spare on and kept rolling.

My GY Endurance are doing fine so far. Had one repairable road hazard. Still have a MAXXIS spare that got me 1000 miles home that time. Hoping to go 5 years on these. (knocks on wood)


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Posted: 11/11/20 01:47pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Grit dog wrote:

falconbrother wrote:

How often do you replace your trailer tires?


ROFLMAO..... never saw this question asked before.....
Did a new rvnet member steal your handle or are you just pulling our leg here??

But at least it was a very vague, ambiguous question sure to stir up a bunch of useless fodder and you can pick the “right” answer to support your own opinion!


Judging by all the other responses except yours, it appears that this thread isn't just "useless fodder". Seems to be moving right along similar to an earlier fuel mileage thread where only the OP's information is correct and everyone else is just wrong.


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Posted: 11/12/20 01:20pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

When I bought my 1993 TT 10 years ago it had the original tires on it. I replaced them right away. I replaced them again this year. The old ones still looked good but, I have heard to many stories on here about blow outs.

I always purchase tires that are rated heavier then what the TT actually weighs. I also keep the TT in a shed. And, I don't go far from home so they don't get very many miles on them.

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