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  • Recommended ST Trailer Tires for Speeds Over 65 MPH
  • There are many 15 inch tires that will give you a speed rating higher than the standard 65 mph. Tires with speed rating L can handle speeds up to 75 mph and speed rating M up to 81 mph. We have others rated even higher like the Goodyear Endurance ST205/75R15 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range D # 724861519 with speed rating N of up to 87 mph. This is my recommendation for your replacement Special Trailer (ST) Tires. They are rated for up to 2,150 lbs at 65 psi and they are made in the...
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  • What Does 6 on 5-1/2 Inch Mean on Wheel of Goodyear Endurance ST225/75R15 Tire w Wheel # 724857519A
  • 6 on 5-1/2 inch is the bolt pattern of the wheel on the Goodyear Endurance ST225/75R15 Radial Tire w 15" White Spoke Wheel # 724857519A. Since your trailer has a 6 lug wheel, and this is the only standard 6 lug trailer wheel bolt pattern, this tire and wheel combo would fit your trailer and work well. I attached a help article link on wheel bolt patterns to this page as well. 6 is the number of lugs and then 5.5 inches is the distance between them across the center of the wheel.
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  • Replacement Tires for Forest River Rockwood Geo Pro G19FD with ST235/75-15 Tires
  • The reason you are having trouble finding replacement tires for your Forest River Rockwood Geo Pro G19FD is because the ST235/75-15 tires it has is a very uncommon size that only a few trailer tire manufacturers produce. The closest size we have to this is a ST225/75-15 which is going to be 0.6" smaller in diameter and 0.4" smaller in width. The decreased size should not cause any issues whatsoever on your trailer therefore, I recommend switching to the Goodyear Endurance ST225/75R15 Radial...
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  • Choosing Between ST and LT Tires for a 5th Wheel Trailer
  • Yes, both special trailer (ST) and light truck (LT) tires can be used on a 5th wheel trailer. They are actually the only two types of tires rated for this use. The reason for this is that tires on a trailer will be subjected to much harsher conditions that require a stiffer sidewall. A condition in which passenger (P) tires are not equipped to handle. Please note there are two different light truck (LT) tires, ones with the LT designation after the wheel diameter (ex. 7.50-16LT) and ones...
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  • Can I Replace Trailer Tires with Light Duty Truck Tires
  • Thank you for trusting us at the beginning stages of your research! Trailer tires actually have a different design than passenger tires (like the light duty tires you are talking about) so you always want to stick with trailer tires for a trailer. The sidewall is more stiff because they don't have to help with a comfortable ride. This means that they are much better suited to handle the heavier trailer weights and they do a better job as dissipating heat when under a heavy load than...
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  • Are Castle Rock Tires Prone to Blowouts
  • This conversation is always a slippery slope because most folk's opinions are usually based solely on their personal experience and not in comparison to the entire market. Blowouts are almost always caused by something more than just how the tire was built, but there are some characteristics of a tire to consider when choosing which tire you want on your trailer. For example, Castle Rock is an economy trailer tire. If we compare it to the Goodyear Endurance ST225/75R15 Tire, # 724857519,...
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  • Difference Between ST205/75R14 and ST215/75R14 Goodyear Trailer Tires
  • The Goodyear Endurance ST205/75R14 Radial Trailer Tire # 724864519 and the ST215/75R14 # 724865519 that you referenced are simply different tire sizes. The ST215/75R14 tire size is larger in diameter/height by just about 0.6 inches and larger in width by about 0.4 inches when compared to your existing ST205/75R14 tires. As long as you have the wheel well clearance available for the slightly larger size, there isn't a reason you couldn't upgrade to the Goodyear # 724865519. The larger...
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  • PSI of Goodyear Endurance 225/75R15 Trailer Tires
  • The Goodyear Endurance ST225/75R15 Radial Trailer Tire # 724857519 with a load range of E have a maximum load of 2,830 at 80 psi but these can be a different psi based on the rating of the load rating you want. I have added a chart which shows the psi based on tire size and load capacity. For a ST225/75R15 trailer tire with a load rating of D our most popular option is the Contender # C22515D which has a maximum load of 2,540 lbs at 65 psi. You would want to get the tires that have a...
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  • Comparing Goodyear, Westlkae, and Taskmaster/Provider Tires for Size ST2358R16
  • The three tire brands are all great in their own ways but the best all-around will be the USA made Goodyear part # 724860519 for the tire size of 235/85R16. It will be the most reliable, has the highest speed rating at 87 mph and like I mentioned it's the only one made in the USA. Westlake is the best non-USA tire part # LHWL410. This is actually a Load Range G (the Goodyear is only available in F) so if you need the higher capacity 4,080-lb max load at 110 psi over the 3,640 lb at 80...
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  • 205/75R14 Size Trailer Tire Needed with Load Range D and Speed Rating of at Least 81 mph
  • We do have 205/75R14 size radial tires that have a load range of D and a speed rating of at least 81 mph. Out of our available selection I recommend going with the Goodyear Endurance # 724864519. This tire has a max load rating of 2,040 lbs at 65 psi and a speed rating N which is 87 mph! It comes with a limited warranty with free tire replacement for the first 2/32" of usable tread or the first 12 months from the date of purchase (whichever comes first). Attached is a review video...
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  • Are Goodyear Tires the Best Trailer Tires
  • Goodyear tires, like # 724858519, are regarded as some of the best trailer tires available. Their tires are more like automobile tires than most because of the breaks in the ribs on the tread. This causes improved traction especially in wet conditions. The picture I attached shows the broken treads as opposed to continuous treads of most other brands. Goodyear tires also have additional sidewall reinforcement that is similar to what they use on their truck tires to prevent the rubber...
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  • Best Tires for a 15,000 Lb 5th Wheel Trailer
  • The best tires for your 5th wheel trailer are going to be the ones that are recommended by the manufacturer in regards to size and load range. There is most likely a sticker on the trailer near the tongue that will list the size and load range but if not you can call the trailer manufacturer with your VIN or look to see what size tires you have now assuming they are the correct size. Once you can provide me with the tire size information, I can then provide you with the best trailer...
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  • Will Goodyear 225/75R-15 Trailer Tire Fit as Replacement for 205/75R-15 Trailer Tire
  • The Goodyear Endurance ST225/75R15 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range E # 724857519 is definitely an upgrade over the Westlake ST205/75R15 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range D # LHWL300 and is likely to fit well as a replacement if you have a bit of extra room on your Grand Design travel trailer. When inflated, the Westlake 205/75R15 measures 8.1 inches wide and has a diameter of 27.1 inches, while the Goodyear Endurance measures 8.9 inches wide and has a diameter of 28.3 inches. So as...
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  • Are 235/80/16 Load Range E Rated High Enough for a 15,000 lb GVWR Trailer
  • Great question! The thing that a lot of people forget is that the tongue weight (TW) of the trailer takes some of that GVWR. Since a properly loaded trailer should have a TW that is 10-15% of the loaded weight of the trailer this means that if you carried enough stuff to sit right at the GVWR of 15,000 lbs then your axles would be left to carry between 12,750 lbs - 13,500 lbs of weight. Although this means your 7,000 lb axles are rated high enough to handle the weight, unless you are...
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  • Would Goodyear Trailer Tire 225/75-15 Work well On Dirt Roads and Snow
  • All trailer tires like the Goodyear Endurance ST225/75R15 Radial Trailer Tire # 724857519 that you referenced are intended for use on pavement so they have tread patterns that are going to perform the best in highway applications. Since the tires are on idler axles (not powered) they don't really need an aggressive tread pattern so this tire would do just as well as any other tire out there in the situations you mentioned. Braking might be an issue in heavy snow, but you'd just have to...
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  • Recommendation to Replace 205/75R14 Trailer King Trailer Tires
  • To replace the 205/75R14 Trailer King Tires on your trailer I highly recommend the Goodyear Endurance Radial Trailer Tire # 724864519. Unlike what you currently have these trailer tires are actually made right here in the USA and they have several unique features on top of that to separate them from most other brands on the market. These particular tires feature automotive-grade tread channels (not usually seen on trailer tires) that greatly improve traction, a raised scuff guard on...
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  • Highest Speed Rated Trailer Wheel and Tire Recommendation for Tire Size 205/75-14
  • We do have one option with a higher speed rating. The Goodyear Endurance ST205/75R14 Radial Tire w 14" White Spoke Wheel # 724864519A has a speed rating of 87 MPH and is the highest rated option we have. 87 MPH is really fast for towing though so my recommendation is to use your best judgment and not exceed any speed limits!
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  • Best Replacement Tire Recommendation for Size 235/85-16
  • We have the Goodyear Endurance trailer tire part # 724860519 which is a size of ST235/85R16 that would be an excellent option. It has N speed rating which means it could handle speeds of up to 87 mph without failing and comes with a one year limited warranty which covers free tire replacement. As long as you keep the tire inflated to it's max psi rating of 80 and stay under it's weight capacity of 3,640 lbs this will work great.
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  • Tire Stock Age for Goodyear Endurance Trailer Tires
  • The Goodyear Endurance ST205/75R15 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range D # 724861519 you referenced are going to have a wide range of manufacture dates on them but we go through trailer tires pretty swiftly so it is unlikely you will be getting a tire more than any number of months old; whether that is 2-6 is really not possible to say as we have hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of stock and going through them is unfeasible. Even if you get a tire on the older side (again, in terms of...
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  • Are 205/75-15 Tires Good for a 7,500 Lb Camper
  • How many axles do you have on your trailer and what is the load range of the tires you have now? If it is a single axle trailer and you are using load range d tires which are the highest we offer for a 205/75-15 tire then you are going to be limited to a 4,300 lb weight capacity (2,150 lbs per tire). However, if you have a tandem axle trailer and you are using load range d tires then you then you are going to be limited to a 8,600 lb weight capacity (2,150 lbs per tire). Therefore, if...
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  • Should Trailer Tires be Filled to psi on Sidewall When Cold or Hot
  • When you inflate a trailer tire it needs to be up to the psi rating on the sidewall of the tire. For example, the Goodyear Endurance ST235/80R16 # 724858519 that you referenced has a load range of E which is 3,420 lbs at 80 psi. Since the psi will naturally rise when the tire heats up this is what the psi rating should be when the tire is cold. If you were to put your tires at a different load rating, like the 70 psi that you mentioned, then that means the weight rating would change...
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  • Upgrading to 15 Inch Wheels/Tires on a 2006 Tracker Tahoe 215 Boat Trailer
  • I do have options for you but we do not offer pre-mounted wheel and tire combos in the size you want with the lug pattern you have therefore, you will need to purchase the tire and wheel separately. I looked up some specs on the 2006 Tracker Tahoe 215 Boat Trailer and it appears that you have the 5 on 4-1/2" bolt pattern. The pre-mounted 15" diameter wheel with e rated tire combos we offer all come in a 6 on 5-1/2" bolt pattern. The absolute best e rated trailer tire we offer is the...
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  • Recommended 225/75R15 Size Tires for an 18K GVWR 5th Wheel Trailer
  • Great questions! To make it easier to read I will address your questions in the same type of format. 1) Trailer tires are built with a sidewall that is more stiff than passenger tires so any cushion is basically related to the suspension. When it comes to the load ratings on trailer tires you simply want to make sure that tires are rated for at least the weight rating of the axle they are installed on. 2) If load range D tires meet or exceed the weight rating of your axles then...
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  • Tire and Weight Distribution Upgrades for Forest River Surveyor
  • Since you are going across the country you are definitely doing the right thing in terms of trying to maximize your safety. The first thing to know is that your trailer tires should be rated to match or exceed your trailer's GVWR; your 205/75R14 tires, which are likely a load range C, do not have a high enough load rating for your 7,480 lb GVWR. The first thing you should do is upgrade to the Goodyear Endurance ST205/75R14 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range D # 724864519. Not only do these...
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  • Best 235/80R16 Trailer Tire on White Spoke Wheel
  • If you're looking for a 235/80R16 size trailer tire on a white spoke wheel with an 8 on 6-1/2 bolt pattern then # 724858519A is what I recommend. As long as the 3,420 pound capacity is enough for your trailer. If you need a higher capacity then you'll need to go with the Taskmaster # A16R80GWS which is rated up to 4,080 pounds. If the Goodyear's have enough capacity it's definitely the best option because of the automotive style tread which improves your traction especially in wet...
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  • Sidewall Strength of Goodyear Endurance Trailer Tires
  • The Goodyear Endurance ST235/80R16 Radial Tire w 16" White Spoke Wheel # 724858519A that you referenced actually features a raised area on the sidewall, called a scuff guard, that is designed specifically to provide additional sidewall protection. This unique feature will essentially give you the stronger sidewall support that is typically only seen on bias ply tires while still receiving all the benefits of a radial ply tire such as improved traction, tread wear, and cooler operation on...
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  • Best ST235/80R16 Size Tire with White Wheel for Trailer
  • If you are looking for an ST235/80R16 tire and white wheel combo for your trailer the best option we have available is the Goodyear Endurance # 724858519A if you have an 8 on 6-1/2 inch bolt pattern or # 724858519AT if you have a 6 on 5-1/2 inch bolt pattern. This is because the Goodyear Endurance is the only trailer tire model we have that is made right here in the USA and its excellent 87 mph speed rating exceeds that of all our other options. This particular combo also features a...
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  • How Well Does the Goodyear Endurance Tire Perform in Wet and Icy Weather
  • The Goodyear Endurance Tires, like the one included in the assembly # 724858519A you referenced, have automotive-grade treads that channels water away from the tire unlike a lot of other trailer tires. Although there isn't a direct "rating" for this, the unique tread design greatly improves the traction that the Endurance has in wet and icy weather. I have attached a picture highlighting the special tread design for you to check out as well as a review video for the tire/wheel combo...
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  • Trailer Tire Recommendation for Replacing 14 inch Wheel and Tire
  • For how much you'll be towing I'd recommend going with the USA made Goodyear Endurance trailer tire like part # 724857519 which is a tire size of 225/75R15. For this tire mounted on a 6 lug wheel we have the part # 724857519A. Since basically all 14 inch trailer wheels have a 5 on 4-1/2 inch bolt pattern though your best option is just the tire mentioned before with a 5 lug wheel like part # 560545SM2 which is a galvanized option. These tires have much higher speed ratings at 87 mph,...
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  • How Much Should I Fill My Goodyear Endurance Trailer Tires To
  • The Goodyear Endurance ST235/80R16 Radial Tire w 16" White Spoke Wheel part # 724858519A is unlike most other trailer tires in that the psi rating is based on the actual weight of the trailer which ensures you receive the best comfort and maximum longevity. In order to find the best psi rating you will need to take the loaded total weight of the trailer and then divide that by the number of tires. You can then use the attached tire fill chart to make sure you are getting the most of your...
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