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Old 06-22-2015, 07:22 PM   #1
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Hello All,

Have been on the road for the last 6 days. Have racked up over 2000 miles on the new 20MRB in that time. (I hate Nebraska!)

Anyway, after concern of the new brand of tires on the new Jaycos, specifically the Rainier ST, I am pleased to report no problems of any sort, so far.

I had thought of taking my year old Maxxis off my trade in trailer but decided to be one of Treadit's guinea pigs.

Hope this continues!

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Old 06-22-2015, 07:43 PM   #2
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Good to hear. My new North Point had this brand on it. Hoping they perform well.
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Now up to 3200 miles on new White Hawk Rainier ST tires and tires are still okay.

On a side note, do semi drivers driving the Indiana Toll Way have a suicide wish or something? I cannot believe how close they drive to each other at 70+ miles per hour. So close are some, a car can not get between them.

I consider myself a professional driver of sorts but their antics had me seek a saner route heading east. I like U.S. 30 in Illinois and Indiana!

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Now up to 3200 miles on new White Hawk Rainier ST tires and tires are still okay.

On a side note, do semi drivers driving the Indiana Toll Way have a suicide wish or something? I cannot believe how close they drive to each other at 70+ miles per hour. So close are some, a car can not get between them.

I consider myself a professional driver of sorts but their antics had me seek a saner route heading east. I like U.S. 30 in Illinois and Indiana!

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Yea, as I recall the trucks can do a double-trailer-tow there which makes it even more scary
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On our new Pinnacle, drove from Indiana to South Florida back to San Diego (home). Had a huge bubble on the Rainier tire. It was next to the rim. Tire being replaced. We will replace all 4 tires before next big trip. Not that we think/know these are bad tires, but we know others are much better. Not worth the risk.
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Old 07-03-2015, 04:11 PM   #9
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From another thread on this forum it is stated: "The Rainier tire is a tire specific to Tredit, manufactured by a company called Wanda in China".

https://www.jaycoowners.com/forums/f7...ing-23798.html
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Just got back from a 2200 mile round trip to Maine. No problems with the Rainier tires. I kept an eye on the tire pressure.

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