Well put. But that's just it!I wonder if part of the problem is that the owners don't realize half the tires out there are only rated for 65mph and there are only a few rated for 75+. I specifically bought 81 mph tires because I know I tow at 70 mph regularly and sometimes 75 mph.
But you're right. Literally every brand of trailer tires has some horrific review where some owner blew 4 tires in less that 3000 miles or something.
Trailer tires have all these bizarre limits, or operating boundaries. Like the most common being "Maximum Speed Of 65mph".
What is it about the tire that it is supposedly safe at 65mph, but absolutely dangerous of failing at 75mph? Or, what IS different about that 75mph rated tire? They can actually add specifically 10mph worth of design change? Whatever that is, why leave it out of ANY trailer tire? What's 10mph co$t? 5 bucks?
Nobody would save $5 if they understood that 5 bucks is going to leave them stranded in the middle of nowhere in Utah. Lol
Like I said, trailer tires baffle me. Especially since regular car tires have dramatically improved over the decades. Likelihood of a flat tire is a mere fraction of what it once was.
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