All Terrain Tires

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Re: All Terrain Tires

Postby rjgimp » Mon Feb 10, 2020 1:22 pm

working on it wrote:I have my TTT suspended in the air, in the garage, so I could inspect (and to keep from flat-spotting) my Carlisle ST bias-ply tires that are 12 years old.


That is an absolutely brilliant idea!
:applause:
-Rob


I hope to make it to a Procrastinators Anonymous meeting someday...
just as soon as the steering committee gets around to scheduling one!
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Re: All Terrain Tires

Postby PCO6 » Mon Feb 10, 2020 4:02 pm

I tow with a Jeep XJ and a Jeep LJ both with Goodyear Duratrac tires. I use matching wheels and Duratrac tires on my off road trailer (link below) simply so I don't have to carry a spare. I've never had any problems or even concerns about them. I just put a set of Canadian Tire Total Terrain tires, which are a house brand of Cooper Discoverer ATP's, on my tear drop which I'm able to have a spare on. As soon as the snow melts I'll be out testing them. I don't expect any problems with such a light trailer.

As for elevating my tires when the trailers sit for a while, I do that too. It's better on the tires and I like to crawl around underneath because there's always something to do.
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