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Old 10-20-2020, 04:12 PM
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Purchased a pair of Rainer ST 185/80R13 Load Range D 8 ply recently, to replace the Load Star ST 185/80R13 Load Range C 6ply that came on the trl when I purchased my boat in January of 2019. When I travel to TN fishing 90% of the trip is in excess of 70 mph, being the worry wart that I am, I just was not comfortable with the Load Stars even though they have approx 2000 miles on them. I like the tread pattern, weight capability(1710 lbs) and the speed rating(81mph) the Rainers. Anyone have experience with the Rainer tire?
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Old 10-21-2020, 11:53 AM
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I've considered them, but haven't purchased yet. Not for boat trailer but for an enclosed trailer I use for mowing.
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Old 10-21-2020, 02:25 PM
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They came on my 2019 Trailmaster trailer, this summer i replaced them with Goodyear endurance tires. I can tell you the ride is so much better than the china made tires, I never had a blowout but they just rode rough in my opinion.
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Old 10-21-2020, 02:59 PM
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They came on my 2019 Trailmaster trailer, this summer i replaced them with Goodyear endurance tires. I can tell you the ride is so much better than the china made tires, I never had a blowout but they just rode rough in my opinion.
Goodyear Endurance are not offered in anything in a 13" size, Thanks
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Old 10-22-2020, 12:02 PM
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Purchased a pair of Rainer ST 185/80R13 Load Range D 8 ply recently, to replace the Load Star ST 185/80R13 Load Range C 6ply that came on the trl when I purchased my boat in January of 2019. When I travel to TN fishing 90% of the trip is in excess of 70 mph, being the worry wart that I am, I just was not comfortable with the Load Stars even though they have approx 2000 miles on them. I like the tread pattern, weight capability(1710 lbs) and the speed rating(81mph) the Rainers. Anyone have experience with the Rainer tire?
I have no experience with Rainier but Kenda D's have served me very well on my enclosed snowmobile trailers.

https://recstuff.com/trailer-tires/13-inch
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Old 10-23-2020, 05:45 AM
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I bought a pair of Maxxis Tires from Discount Tires Direct in size 185/80R13. I am well satisfied with the tires. If there is a Discount Tire store in your area, you can have them mounted there.
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Old 10-29-2020, 01:22 PM
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I have Rainier trailer tires on my personal trailers and my work trailer. No problems over a lot of miles. My trailer guy is fantastic which helps.
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