Hi: RickL... In 2019 I replaced my stock 205/ 15 Carlisle's with 205/ 15 Goodyear Endurance trailer tires. Only 30 bucks more ea and made in the USA.Any of you guys running the Carlisle trailer tires? They are about $120.00 cheaper than the good year. What’s your experience and or review of these?
I was told Hercules are very good tires and still made in the USA.Two years ago I blew apart one of my toy hailer tires and stopped to replace them all. Third set In 10 years. Shop owner changing them told me he never changed a worn trailer tire. Darn things just blow apart in a couple years.
Right now I am on his replacement Hercules tires. Hoping to make it home with them in a couple weeks. They may look new with little mileage but I know - three years and KABOOM!
Read the same thing. After I bought them, remember little selection after that blowout, read the tire. They were not made in the US but do not remember where and too tired right now to go look.I was
I was told Hercules are very good tires and still made in the USA.
I'll have to get a photo of our left rear tire. There's not much tread left, and I have to admit I should have checked it sooner. The front left is also worse than either right side tire, as I recall. Is tire rotation a good idea--or necessity--for tandem axle trailers?Two years ago I blew apart one of my toy hailer tires and stopped to replace them all. Third set In 10 years. Shop owner changing them told me he never changed a worn trailer tire. Darn things just blow apart in a couple years.
The answer is "NO". I have thought of doing something like that, even putting the whole thing on blocks. I keep the trailer on a dirt floor under a carport. One side is solid so only exposed to one open side under roof. It would be kind of a pain to jack things up and hold on the dirty plus I know my luck. Soon as I do all that work I will need to actually use the thing.Do you put the jacks down when in stroage? Just wondering if getting some weight off the tires might help against flat spots.