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Old 09-25-2015, 09:43 AM   #1
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Hartland or Carlisle tires?

Anyone running Hartland or Carlisle tires? They have them on Discount Tire Direct in the size I need (205/75R15) and they are 8 ply, N speed rated (81mph) tires. Wondering if anyone has experience with them.
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Old 09-25-2015, 10:18 AM   #2
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Had two sets of Carlisle's for two yrs each set (bought new trailer each time) without any issues. Held air pressure between trips and over the winter very well. One set was just before the RH model came out, one set was the RH model.

I plan on a set to replace our stock Rainer tires in the spring. Though I will look at the new tire Carlisle is suppose to be coming out with as well then.

Do not know about Hartland at all!

Good luck deciding!!!
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Old 09-25-2015, 10:55 AM   #3
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We put 4 Hartland tires on our Eagle about a month ago also purchased at Discount Tire. Our Towmax tires were 2 months out of the recall age and 2 tires had bulges in them so we replaced them all. The manager said the Hartland tires they have worn the best in our desert temps. Hartland and Carlisle were comparable in price. He felt the Hartlands were the way to go with our unit. So far we have driven from Phoenix, AZ to Central CA, across desert with no issues. We are happy with the purchase.
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I have no idea about either of those brands but when I replaced the Goodyear tires on my 23 FB G2 I went with MAXXIS, they were 10 ply and only cost $100 each installed
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I have no idea about either of those brands but when I replaced the Goodyear tires on my 23 FB G2 I went with MAXXIS, they were 10 ply and only cost $100 each installed
And, the brand I would buy, again.

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I know the Maxxis tires are highly recommended, I just wondered about experience with the others.
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We just replaced our Tow max with Gladiators, used specifically by the farmers in our area hauling peanuts, cotton, and soy beans. Heavy application but not high speed use. We will see how they hold up for our use. Size 235 80R 16's.
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