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Old 09-14-2019, 04:35 AM   #1
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Goodyear Endurance tires

We pick up our new 2020 Pinnacle 36 FBTS this coming Thursday. I noticed that it comes with Goodyear Endurance tires Load E rated at 4050 lbs. each and the GVWR on this fifth wheel is 16,500 or close to it. I noticed that the two other fifth wheels we were looking at (Solitude and Cedar Creek) both come with G rated tires. Should I be concerned with this. I put on the Goodyear G614ís on the Columbus that we are trading in and they have been great. I guess I would like to hear from anyone that has these tires with this heavy Pinnacle and if theyíve had any problems. Iíve had 3 different blowouts in the past and am a little concerned. Thanks.
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We have 10,000 on our Goodyear tires. No problem.
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If you look at the actual weight capacity of the ENDURANCE "E" it is higher than the G614

An Endurance 235 80 R16 is rated for 1720 at 25PSI a 235 85 R 16 is 1830 at 25 psi

A G614 is only rated at 1700 at 35PSI

https://www.goodyearrvtires.com/pdfs/rv_inflation.pdf
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Old 09-14-2019, 07:21 AM   #4
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Also remember you will have around 25% of the weight on your truck. So you would probably have around 12000lbs +cargo on those tires.
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If you look at the actual weight capacity of the ENDURANCE "E" it is higher than the G614

An Endurance 235 80 R16 is rated for 1720 at 25PSI a 235 85 R 16 is 1830 at 25 psi

A G614 is only rated at 1700 at 35PSI

https://www.goodyearrvtires.com/pdfs/rv_inflation.pdf
I run mine at 100 psi? Who is running them at 25psi.
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Endurance is a great tire and when it comes time to replace mine I plan on putting on the same tire. They hold perfectly. I've not had the need to add air since I took delivery on April 9th of this year.
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I run mine at 100 psi? Who is running them at 25psi.
That was just for comparison..

at 110 the ENDURANCE is 4,400 the G 614 is only 3,750
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Old 09-14-2019, 08:24 AM   #8
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Thanks for the info everyone. I will keep these tires then for a couple of years and hope for the best. Thanks. I have a little more peace of mind now.
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I really like the Endurance tires. I put thousands on a set I had installed on my previous HT fifth wheel and now Iíve got them on my Eagle as well. Had one flat from sharp rocks in a Yellowstone construction site. I donít fault the tire.
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Old 09-14-2019, 04:25 PM   #10
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The nice thing about the Endurance tires is the N speed rating (87MPH). Most other trailer tires are rated at 65 or 75. Not saying i tow that fast but just shows how robust these tires are designed
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Old 09-14-2019, 09:39 PM   #11
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Good tires no worry.
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Good to hear. That's what's on the trailer I just brought home 3 days ago.
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Old 09-14-2019, 10:00 PM   #13
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8300 on mine, no issues. Wearing great. Very promising new US made tire to the market. I wouldn't be afraid to buy them. I never got this good of wear and mileage out of the china bombs I had. Not even close.


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I bought my 2017 used at one year old. I also have over 8000 miles on and will be putting another 2000 on the end of this month. They look like there wearing fine but getting thinner. I will probably replace them this winter with the same tire so I know where I'm at mileage wise.
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Old 09-21-2019, 12:22 PM   #15
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Goodyear Endurance tires came on our 17 Eagle. So far we have 18k on them and all is well. Watch pressure closely with TST TPMS. 80psi
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Endurance Tires

I have a 2017 36FBTS, same tires, no problems yet.
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Relax, sit back and have a "Soda" man. Those tires are perfecto!
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We pick up our new 2020 Pinnacle 36 FBTS this coming Thursday. I noticed that it comes with Goodyear Endurance tires Load E rated at 4050 lbs. each and the GVWR on this fifth wheel is 16,500 or close to it. I noticed that the two other fifth wheels we were looking at (Solitude and Cedar Creek) both come with G rated tires. Should I be concerned with this. I put on the Goodyear G614ís on the Columbus that we are trading in and they have been great. I guess I would like to hear from anyone that has these tires with this heavy Pinnacle and if theyíve had any problems. Iíve had 3 different blowouts in the past and am a little concerned. Thanks.
In the list of Goodyear, the only E load coming close to your 4050 lbs maxload was ST255/85R16 with 4080 lbs , so I think you mistyped.
The ST tires are calculated in maxload for 65mph. Also the Endurance, max speed of tire( N 87mph) can be different from reference- speed, P tires often this is the case.
The only sise given in ST and G614 is 235/85R16, ST 4400lbs and G 614 3750 lbs , and this is only because LT is calculated in maxload for 99mph.
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I have them and have no complaints. Put about 35K on this set. Putting new ones on before we pull out of Oklahoma. Got some traveling to do and i apuld rather spend the money on new tires then new sidewall, pipes, ect
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Our Eagle 321RSTS came with the Goodyear Endurance and I am very happy with them.
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