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Old 08-10-2017, 06:51 PM   #61
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Tires; good tires or bad tires

We have a 2017 Montana 3811ms Legacy Edition. The tires have about 1200 miles on them as of today.

Tires are Sailun ST235/80R16 tubeless Radial; LRG 14PR.

Those of you that have these same tires; would you rate them as...GOOD Tires or BAD Tires???

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Old 08-10-2017, 08:34 PM   #62
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You have the Sailun's that everyone is talking about. You're good to go camping.
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Old 08-10-2017, 08:38 PM   #63
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We have a 2017 Montana 3811ms Legacy Edition. The tires have about 1200 miles on them as of today.

Tires are Sailun ST235/80R16 tubeless Radial; LRG 14PR.

Those of you that have these same tires; would you rate them as...GOOD Tires or BAD Tires???

Thank you for your replies.

IMO you can't get a better G rated trailer tire then the Sailun S637, and that also includes the Goodyear G614. They never achieved the durability ,and reviews that the Sailun has, also the Goodyear is at least double the price of the Sailun.

Stick with the Sailun, you won't be disappointed.
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Old 08-10-2017, 09:17 PM   #64
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Good choice!! I have been watch the G637 for four years on many different RV forums. There have been no posted complaints in that time. You know if someone has a problem it is posted everywhere. Not the same for good experiences.

I just replaced my G614's with the G637's. 2500 miles later, they are fine.
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Old 08-10-2017, 10:22 PM   #65
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We have a 2017 Montana 3811ms Legacy Edition. The tires have about 1200 miles on them as of today.

Tires are Sailun ST235/80R16 tubeless Radial; LRG 14PR.

Those of you that have these same tires; would you rate them as...GOOD Tires or BAD Tires???

Thank you for your replies.

I did a lot of research on both GY G614 and Sailun S637. I only found 2 problems with the GY and ZERO on the Sailun. I put the S637 on my Montana HC. The 235/80/R16 have a higher load rating than the G614 at 4080. I put the 235/85/R16 on as I found fresh ones $10 cheaper. They are .9" taller and have a 4400# rating.
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We have a 2017 Montana 3811ms Legacy Edition. The tires have about 1200 miles on them as of today.

Tires are Sailun ST235/80R16 tubeless Radial; LRG 14PR.

Those of you that have these same tires; would you rate them as...GOOD Tires or BAD Tires???

Thank you for your replies.

I have the exact same tires on my 2015 Montana 3790RD with 7500 t0 8000 miles on them. They are wearing nice and even and are holding the air pressure nicely with no loss of air. I wish that my Montana was built to Sailun standards. Maybe then I wouldn't have so many problems with the trailer.
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