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Old 07-12-2016, 07:25 PM   #1
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Need very quick advice - need new tires for 32bhds

I am on the road and need new tires. Any recommendations. Big trailer, 32bhds. Please tell me what you have and what to get. Thank you.

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Old 07-12-2016, 07:30 PM   #2
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We went with S637 Sailuns from Trailertiresandwheels.com. So far we're pretty happy with them. They are great to talk to on the phone and are full of information. Their shipping was VERY quick also.
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Ok, the maxxis sound good, but where to buy quickly in Phoenix

Maxxis website says discount tire, yet when I call discount tire they don't carry them.
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Maxxis website says discount tire, yet when I call discount tire they don't carry them.
Do your self a favor and put on the Sailun's.

Check Big O's in the Phoenix metro. If they don't have them in stock they can get them overnight or from another store.

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Discount Tire should be able to order the Maxxis.

Only brand I would buy!

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Old 07-12-2016, 09:40 PM   #9
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I would suggest the Carlisle RH's or new HD's, or the Maxxis. Regardless of what you do buy, if possible go up to an E rated tire from the factory D load range. Just make sure your rims can handle the higher air pressure. The max psi or max weight rating should be stamped on the back side of the rim, or "inside" requiring a tire removal. Having a higher weight capacity will give you a little more "reserve capacity".

The Carlisle's are also speed rated a little higher, 81mph (if I remember right) for the 15", and last I knew was 75mph for the 16". Not suggesting this so you can travel faster, but again for a larger "cushion" between travelled speed and tire rating.

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Hercules tires on my 33RLDS. Run cool, had them for 2 years and no problems, Load range e and am very pleased with them. Not that Expensive.
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