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Tex78

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I run Hankook 14 ply on my dual tandem equipment trailer. Worth the extra $$. I make sure they are aired up before I head out and don't give them a second thought. I have PrimeX ? 14 ply on my cattle trailer, no complaints. The Hankooks squat less under a heavy load. I will replace the PrimeX with Hankook when they wear out.
 

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Kerley, Uniroyal tires are junk in LT's as well.. We had new Laredo's on our 3/4 ton van, they all separated and bulged, and wore terribly uneven... about the only thing they're good for is tire fires and retaining walls
 

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Nesikep":177w7ol6 said:
Kerley, Uniroyal tires are junk in LT's as well.. We had new Laredo's on our 3/4 ton van, they all separated and bulged, and wore terribly uneven... about the only thing they're good for is tire fires and retaining walls
I agree
 

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your tires wlll last longer if you spray the sidewalls down every month or 2.

I use jax wax super blue. really lasts and provides a lot of protection.
 

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