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Stephanie, RoamingArtworks
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therocketeer
I've read that those Goodyear Endurance tires are very high quality trailer tires made here in the US. So I think you can ride on them with confidence for awhile. 
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mikes
Not sure what the video says (can people no longer read and write?), but Cokers are definitely not "bad tires." They're "on the edge" for how Riverside used them on trailers, but that's not Coker's fault. They really are quality, hand-made in the USA, tires. And, they're certainly no worse than the common "China bombs" which come on most camper/trailers.

The Goodyear Endurances have been out, what, a year and a half? That's hardly enough time to judge them. IM(NS)HO, getting tires which can be run at well under their rating is what you want for assurance. But that's not always easy/possible - campers are manufactured to a price, and you can't always fit the wheels and tire sizes needed to do that.
Mike
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DavidnFL
I purchased the Goodyear Endurance, load range D, for my 177 before I sold it. I put around 700 miles on them and had no issues. Just make sure you inflate them properly, I ran them at 65 psi and had not issues with uneven wear. 
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Shannon
I have pulled a pretty large boat as well as a car hauler many thousands of miles. From my experience, the best trailer tire is a Maxxis.  Personally, I would go with the largest tire and rim with the highest rating which would fit. Unfortunately, you lose the panache of the white wall on your retro trailer.   I have no experience with the Goodyear Endurance, so they may be equal or even better, but the Maxxis tires have held up well and have never given me a problem.  They run about $100 per tire depending on the size and not including the rim on Amazon.
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retro195man
DavidnFL wrote:
I purchased the Goodyear Endurance, load range D, for my 177 before I sold it. I put around 700 miles on them and had no issues. Just make sure you inflate them properly, I ran them at 65 psi and had not issues with uneven wear. 

Mine still look great with a few thousand miles on them since Oct 2018. On and off road boondocking. Feel very comfortable with them. 
15565653064024601394369314559560.jpg  still great tread on them, wear is even too. 
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