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Old 09-11-2017, 09:24 PM   #1
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Goodyear Beast Tires

Have a 2018 Pinnacle 36KPTS ordered. One of the upgrades is the Goodyear Beast tire. Does anyone have any knowledge or experience with this tire.

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Old 09-11-2017, 10:11 PM   #2
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Are you sure it isn't Goodyear "Best" tire. Cannot find anything called a Goodyear "Beast".

If it is the Goodyear Endurance, get them. You will be happy!

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Thanks Murff,
I should have been more specific in my post. It is the Endurance. Jayco sent me a flyer that actually lists the Endurance as the BEAST.
I was interested if anyone else has any additional knowledge or first hand experience with this new tire. It is being advertised as a new design with higher load and speed ratings, improved sidewall construction, all in an "E" load range.
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I have them and like them and so far have roughly 5,000mi on them. However, they have been out for less than a year so there isn't any long-term info on them.
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The "Beast" tire was Goodyear's answer to replace their Marathon Trailer tire line, that had a reputation of failure. Goodyear's Marathon tire was manufactured in China.
Their official name for this tire is the Endurance Line of trailer/RV tires, they are made in USA, and got their nickname because of the quality & construction Goodyear put into the tire to make sure they didn't have another Lackluster tire like the Marathon.

Side note: I have the 2018 Pinnacle 36KPTS, and both my Wife & I couldn't be happier.
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Old 09-12-2017, 07:10 AM   #6
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I have the Goodyear Endurance tries in load range D on my lighter trailer. They have over 7,000 miles on them now and still look new. I had no problems with the Rainiers it came with but I do feel it rolls and tows better now.
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I have the Goodyear Endurance tries in load range D on my lighter trailer. They have over 7,000 miles on them now and still look new. I had no problems with the Rainiers it came with but I do feel it rolls and tows better now.
How much did you get them for, and from where?
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Old 09-12-2017, 09:21 AM   #8
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I also have the Endurance tires they so far have been great but only about 2k -3k on them so far.

I got mine from discount tire. I found them online, they price matched and they also gave me a 100 visa card some promo they were having at the time. 235/80/16 e ended up at $123 and change per tire (sans the tax and mounting).
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Our TT came was equipped with Goodyear Endurance tires and we've driven >5K miles this season and have no complaints with them.
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I have the Goodyear Endurance tries in load range D on my lighter trailer. They have over 7,000 miles on them now and still look new. I had no problems with the Rainiers it came with but I do feel it rolls and tows better now.
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