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Old 09-21-2016, 06:04 PM   #1
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Goodyear Endurance ST tires

Jayco will be putting the made in USA Endurance ST tires on their 2017 Sesmic. Anyone heard of these?

https://rv-pro.com/news/jayco-will-b...)&utm_content=
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Old 09-21-2016, 06:17 PM   #2
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Sounds like a new product and apparently going on all lines.
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Hmmm. I was going to replace my 5 year old D-rated Marathons with E-rated Maxxis tires next year. This could be an alternative if widely available around that time.
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Old 09-21-2016, 08:38 PM   #4
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Maybe the new Goodyear Endurance ST tires are great. But, I'll point out that Jayco sold me Goodyear Marathons on my 2011 fiver and they were, to put it politely, not satisfactory; of course, they were a weight range lower than they should have been (D's instead of E's). Maybe the problem was Jayco's specs, and not the Goodyear tires.

It would be nice if there were three good brands of ST tires to choose from: Maxxis, Carlisle HD (I hope), and Goodyear Endurance ( I hope). We'll see.
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Wiil stick with the Sailuns.

If I ever ordered again I would tell the to put the Sailuns of my choice on or NO order.
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I just bought a new set of Maxxis - but it's nice to see Jayco moving in a better direction tire wise. I agree it would be nice to have choices when ordering.
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I'm very happy with my G614's. Expensive, but worth every cent in peace of mind and quality.
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I can't find any information on the Goodyear website about this new offering for RV tires.
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. But, I'll point out that Jayco sold me Goodyear Marathons on my 2011 fiver and they were, to put it politely, not satisfactory; of course, they were a weight range lower than they should have been (D's instead of E's). Maybe the problem was Jayco's specs, and not the Goodyear tires.
Problem was those were a GOODYEAR import the new tire will be made in US just like the G-614.
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They sold me Westlakes............a complete POS tire. No dealers no support thru Jayco. Westlake distributor won't even respond. Now "Made in the USA" marketing ploy ensues. Mike Alpin wanted the blimp for the "open House", well then.... I will stay with Sailuns for the right reasons.
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