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Cdog

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Finally had a blowout with the G rated Westlakes that came on my Genesis GS34. They are just hardly 3 yrs old. I called Genesis and they are now putting Sailun G rated tires on their trailers so that's what I ended buying while I was at Auto Club speedway/Fontana last weekend. Big o tire has them for $144 a piece. I bought a new spare and swapped one at the Rancho Big O. I didn't have time to do all since I was racing in the event.

The Sailun part # is S637 for the G rated 16 HD trailer tire.
 

Canuck 1

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Spend the money and upgrade to 17.5 or the 19.5s
 

Singleton

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Sailun‘s are solid. No issues.
I had to go Goodyear Endurance since the shop was out of Sailun’s when I needed them
 

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Finally had a blowout with the G rated Westlakes that came on my Genesis GS34. They are just hardly 3 yrs old. I called Genesis and they are now putting Sailun G rated tires on their trailers so that's what I ended buying while I was at Auto Club speedway/Fontana last weekend. Big o tire has them for $144 a piece. I bought a new spare and swapped one at the Rancho Big O. I didn't have time to do all since I was racing in the event.

The Sailun part # is S637 for the G rated 16 HD trailer tire.
I had Sailun 637s on a heavy race car trailer. I’d put them in anything, they’re a beast of a tire.
 

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I run the cheap stuff . They never last on my trailer any way . 5th set in 13 years . I started off buying the " best " and it made no difference .
 
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