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Old 08-25-2019, 04:45 PM   #61
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The S637 is comparable to the Goodyear G614, not the Endurance
I know right! He's comparing apples to oranges with those two tires. Can't compare those. Like comparing a compact truck to a medium duty truck.


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Old 09-03-2019, 09:52 AM   #62
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In reading the forum, I see a lot of good things about GoodYear Endurance tires and Maxxis Tires.

Has anyone used Carlisle Tires? Pro's/Con's?
If I remember correctly, Years ago, I had them on my boat trailer and they lasted a very long time.

I am on my 4th year with the Rainers and thinking it is about time to replace them before anything goes wrong.
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We ran Carlisle tires for 3 years. They seemed to wear ok, and might have had another year on them. However, we were headed to the tip of Baja, so wanted to make sure all was good. We put on the Goodyear Endurance which now have about 10K on them - seem to be holding up great.
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Well, I guess my 0 mile 2011 Load Stars are no good. They even still have the "hairs", or "sprues" on them. What a shame.
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In reading the forum, I see a lot of good things about GoodYear Endurance tires and Maxxis Tires.

Has anyone used Carlisle Tires? Pro's/Con's?
If I remember correctly, Years ago, I had them on my boat trailer and they lasted a very long time.

I am on my 4th year with the Rainers and thinking it is about time to replace them before anything goes wrong.
I had a set of Carlisle on my 2010 Super Lite in my signature. I had them on for about 2 years before I sold it. They had about 10,000 miles on them when sold and 5,600 of those were on a 8 week western trip in 2017. I did not have any issues and they performed well for me. They were "E-Rated" tires.
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