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Old 11-19-2019, 01:43 PM
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I was told that trailer tires differ from truck tires in the respect that they "slide sideways" better.

Vehicles can steer, so their tires can roll along more easily.

Trailers, especially multi-axle ones, can't steer, so when going around a corner, the tires slide sideways.

Goodyear Endurance are great trailer tires (made in the USA). Many of the overseas tires that come stock on trailers, campers, etc. are junk.

I run the Endurance tires on our 5th wheel camper.

1979 CJ5 with a goes a short way on a lot of fuel...

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