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09-17-2019 12:53 AM
No negative

No negative comment about Rainer but I personally use Bridgestone for my truck. It's a popular brand and it's tried and tested by many. As you can see from the picture the tread looks deeper and this is what I would recommend if towing heavier things.
08-12-2019 10:38 AM
REW No reason that your tire choice should not work out very well on your rig.
08-12-2019 09:07 AM
Rainer Trailer Tires

When I purchased my boat back in January, the trailer came Load Star trailer tires ST185/80R13 Load Range C. I needed a spare so I purchased a Rainer tire and rim ST185/80R13 Load Range D for approx $80 on line. My Load Stars have approx 2500 miles on them and still look good. I like the tread design on the Rainers, along with the Load Range D. Does anyone have any experiences
with Rainer Tires?
Ist picture is the tread on my Load Star tire, rest are the Rainer

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