As someone who is responsible for safety in everything I do professionally, the only tires I would put on my trailer that are readily available are Goodyear tires.
Stopping distances in dry and wet conditions can vary dramatically, even among the best tires. Going with second, third , or whatever tier tire is penny wise, but pound foolish.
A few feet can make all the difference in a panic situation.
2016 Jayco Eagle 330RSTS = "Madame Maxime
Maxxis M8008 E rated Tires and 16" Wheel Upgrade
Dual A/C 15K BTU, 14K Equalizer WD hitch with SC
King Bed with Java Interior, (2X) Yamaha EF2000isV2
2012 Ram 4500, 6.7L Cummins Turbo Diesel, MegaCab = "Hagrid
8'x12' BMCM Stake Bed, Cabin Chassis, 2WD
360 degree Virtual Tour