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Based on info I provided any estimates on miles I will get when they are to the wear bars?


I thought they were aged out and you were giving them to me?






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Cummins12V98 wrote:

Based on info I provided any estimates on miles I will get when they are to the wear bars?


Not sure at what depth the wear bars will show, but I think by 30,000 I would be changing them. If same use continues that will take another 4 years, and time to change them out.

Thanks for the tire review!

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MFL wrote:

Cummins12V98 wrote:

Based on info I provided any estimates on miles I will get when they are to the wear bars?


Not sure at what depth the wear bars will show, but I think by 30,000 I would be changing them. If same use continues that will take another 4 years, and time to change them out.

Thanks for the tire review!

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I was guessing 25-30k.


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Cummins12V98 wrote:

Based on info I provided any estimates on miles I will get when they are to the wear bars?


I thought they were aged out and you were giving them to me?






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I've always ran P tires on trailers with 3500 lb and lighter single and tandem axle trailers. Most trailers that size can use 14" and 15" sizes. A 3500 lb axle = 1750 lbs per tire at max loads.
Their good at any speed and with 13-15/32nds of tread depth I was getting in the 40k+ miles per set.

The C/D/E Endurance is one of the better ST class tires and work great for most rv folks. With only 1/4" of usable tread depth many rv users will time out before the tread bars show up.


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My brother in law and Son in law BOTH run Goodyear Endurance on both of their travel trailers....

They have been running them for probably 2 years/ maybe 4,000 miles with good results so far.


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Personally I would rather have a set of tires that may not get as long of mileage but gets you there with zero issues.

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I would bet if you took a cheap TowMaster tire turn it down to 1/4” put two on one side and ya ENDURANCE on the other side you will get many thousand miles with the ENDURANCE.

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Due to axle issues and tire scrubbing, I've had to replace 3 of the Endurance tires, but the one original left on my fifth wheel has 33,700 miles and is about to get replaced. No problems with the tires themselves. I just wish they came with more tread depth...only 1/4" new.
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I was shredding walmark tires on every trip. Endurance tires show no wear at all after a lot of trips.

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