Much angst over a rather simple topic - tires
. Each of us should post our experiences, and not just the bad ones.
Someone buys a trailer with used tires
from a stranger, drives them at legal but higher than most trailer speeds, and the tires blowout.
Is Goodyear at fault? Maybe and maybe not.
We've used Goodyear tires on all three of our trailers, carefully inflate them to their normal maximum, check them reqularly at each stop, watch their pressure and temperature while driving, drive them at reasonable speeds, never have anybody give us the finger or toot angrily at us (we always pull over for high speed or working vehicles and usually get a freindly toot or wink of the lights).
Our Goodyears have never failed, no flats, no blowouts and many, many miles thru all of North America towed happily by our, as others say, 'underpowered' Honda CRV.
Our site is a destination for our experiences. Others can choose to use our shared experiences as they see fit.
Anger is not apporpriate but differences should be read and considered with out feeling threatened but rather as a broadening experience.