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RE: GEAR LUBE LEVEL QUESTION, 2016 CTD 2500

Shoot, I don't hate Amsoil, anymore than I hate Motul, Maxima, Redline, or any of the other products that are way overpriced. If they can get it then they obviously have an enviable marketing department. People many times base quality on price, but it's their money. As long as they don't expect me to do it. Yup ,Sailun tires are an example of that .
cummins2014 08/25/20 08:20am Tow Vehicles
RE: Tire choice

I also run Cooper AT3.I just put on my second set. First set I got almost 70k,they were completely worn. I run 48 lbs when not towing up to sixty with the trailer. The Coopers would be my second choice, for the money Sailun Terramax would be my first choice.
cummins2014 07/28/20 09:16am Tow Vehicles
RE: Advice - tires again

Just bought a $260 Marine Starter for my Boat, could have gotten a Communist Chinese Made for $100. Out on the water in 5' seas, what starter would you want to depend on??? Please , paying more for US made guarantees nothing, thats just plain assumption on your part. Sailun has proven that fallacy .
cummins2014 06/19/20 06:41pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Advice - tires again

Just bought a $260 Marine Starter for my Boat, could have gotten a Communist Chinese Made for $100. Out on the water in 5' seas, what starter would you want to depend on???How about your GPS? Radio? Navigation system? Cell phone? Satellite phone? I would wager that 90% of the things you depend on are make in China. What do you do now? Stay ashore? How many times do I need to say “WHEN I CAN I BUY USA” got it??? We all got it, why don't you answer the question , just one example what cell phone or computer do you own ????? Just answer the question , Its tiresome you playing this game. Its always about these tires. I simply want the best RV tire ,and that is Sailun , period, been proven time ,and again.
cummins2014 06/19/20 06:39pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Advice - tires again

When your job goes Bye, Bye...... $1,000 difference??? WOW, so the Sailuns were around $500 for 6?When I was looking at tires, the Goodyear G614 was around $300 per tire, that comes to $1800 for six, the Sailun were about $800 for 6. You do the math. And looking now, Goodyear G614 is around $320, and the Sailun is around $165. Again, you do the math. I thought we were talking truck tiresI never saw truck tires specifically mentioned. I merely listed the price difference when I was buying tires. If you assumed truck tires...well you know what they say about assume. :)
fj12ryder 06/18/20 01:34pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Advice - tires again

When your job goes Bye, Bye...... $1,000 difference??? WOW, so the Sailuns were around $500 for 6?When I was looking at tires, the Goodyear G614 was around $300 per tire, that comes to $1800 for six, the Sailun were about $800 for 6. You do the math. And looking now, Goodyear G614 is around $320, and the Sailun is around $165. Again, you do the math. I thought we were talking truck tires
Cummins12V98 06/18/20 12:46pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Advice - tires again

When your job goes Bye, Bye...... $1,000 difference??? WOW, so the Sailuns were around $500 for 6?When I was looking at tires, the Goodyear G614 was around $300 per tire, that comes to $1800 for six, the Sailun were about $800 for 6. You do the math. And looking now, Goodyear G614 is around $320, and the Sailun is around $165. Again, you do the math.
fj12ryder 06/18/20 10:44am Tow Vehicles
RE: Advice - tires again

Well since this is derailed, why the criticism for someone like 12V who supports US made products? And don't get into the weeds about who's chit is assembled in Mexico... Simple question is all. One would think you'd be proud of someone who try's to support their home team best they can.... If you don't believe in that, you should get off RVnet, as I'm sure there's a protest nearby that could use your help! Just don't be stupid like that old fart in Buffalo and turn your schrade with the cops into a busted melon! Remember, older "should" mean wiser, but regardless, it means your getting frail!If I had money to burn it wouldn't be an issue, but I don't. The price difference between the Goodyear and the Sailun was nearly $1000. Perhaps your support of the American company will extend to buying my tires for me, because I sure can't afford them. And the quality of the Sailun can't be beat, whereas the Goodyear is a bit suspect.
fj12ryder 06/17/20 10:56am Tow Vehicles
RE: Advice - tires again

. Good luck getting anything that is not in some way connected to China . Red Wing is no exception .That's because we want it cheap.Yep, I do, since I'm not made of money. Why talk like that is a bad thing? And the more I read about these tires, especially the Sailun, I get the impression some are after the best tire, not the cheapest , and have had a bad experience with Goodyear. I am speaking mainly the S637 Sailun for fifth wheels. As far as a truck tire, the failure rate is not there, but some want a good tire, with the same mileage as say Toyo, Nitto etc. I'll be happy with 40-45K out of this set of Toyo AT2's I am running. From everything I have read, and its the tire the OP asked about the Sailun Terramax is as good as any at around half the price. My point, yes a lot are not made of money, and want the best value out of a tire .
cummins2014 06/06/20 07:42am Tow Vehicles
RE: Advice - tires again

Not all Michelin tires are made in the USA. They have Plants all around the World. EVERY set I have purchased have been Made In USA. I know we disagree occasionally :D But what in the world does this discussion have to do with you buying Michelin’s made in the US , you should be on your soapbox condemning anyone buying Michelin’s not made in the US , just like you do Sailun . The fact that Michelin is farming out their tires to other countries should be enough for you to stay away from Michelin . Can’t have your cake and eat it too. I "PREFER" US Made items when at all possible. Where I don't like my money going is to a Communist Country that sure as HE!! is NOT our friend. UNDERSTAND??? You got the prefer right, but as usual you missed the point. How about that computer or I phone you have, but ya I know you prefer US made . I'm afraid its you that does not understand.
cummins2014 06/04/20 10:03pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Advice - tires again

Not all Michelin tires are made in the USA. They have Plants all around the World. EVERY set I have purchased have been Made In USA. I know we disagree occasionally :D But what in the world does this discussion have to do with you buying Michelin’s made in the US , you should be on your soapbox condemning anyone buying Michelin’s not made in the US , just like you do Sailun . The fact that Michelin is farming out their tires to other countries should be enough for you to stay away from Michelin . Can’t have your cake and eat it too. I "PREFER" US Made items when at all possible. Where I don't like my money going is to a Communist Country that sure as HE!! is NOT our friend. UNDERSTAND???
Cummins12V98 06/04/20 09:08am Tow Vehicles
RE: Advice - tires again

Made in the USA vs China is a pretty easy decision, but obviously not for someone who chooses a truck Made in Mexico. Michelins for me... That does it!! I'm going through my house and my garage and getting rid of EVERYTHING that's NOT made in the USA!! (Do you think the vast empty space will cause a really bad echo when we talk???) :) And most likely be sitting naked at the keyboard. :BNAHHHHH He won't have a keyboard either. You are correct. I get a kick out of this . I guess some think it’s okay for somethings , if it’s what they want . If it happens to be tires they don’t care about , then on their Soapbox they go . Time to lighten up. Just having a little fun here! I suppose it is . Anyway back to the tires. I will also look at the Coopers, good reports on them. As said from reports the Sailun Terramax is probably the best tire ,and value out there. No different then the S637's
cummins2014 06/04/20 08:14am Tow Vehicles
RE: Advice - tires again

Not all Michelin tires are made in the USA. They have Plants all around the World. EVERY set I have purchased have been Made In USA. I know we disagree occasionally :D But what in the world does this discussion have to do with you buying Michelin’s made in the US , you should be on your soapbox condemning anyone buying Michelin’s not made in the US , just like you do Sailun . The fact that Michelin is farming out their tires to other countries should be enough for you to stay away from Michelin . Can’t have your cake and eat it too.
cummins2014 06/03/20 05:00pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Advice - tires again

Save yourself some off-topic chatter grief and peruse these previous posts: Posts with Sailun in them
2oldman 06/03/20 06:58am Tow Vehicles
RE: Advice - tires again

Made in the USA vs China is a pretty easy decision, but obviously not for someone who chooses a truck Made in Mexico. Michelins for me... Your engine is made in Chihuahua - but that is not what I asked - I want to know how the Sailun tires are on trucks. We have a couple guys on here that get on anyone that buys Sailun. So most don't want to say anything. To answer your question I run the Sailuns on my fifth wheel ,as many do. I also plan to run the Sailun Terramax, after a friend of mine ran them on Ford 350, and will buy them again. Same size as yours 275/70/18.They have the same quality as the S637's, which are the best G rated tire on the market. I wouldn't hesitate to buy the Sailun Terramax
cummins2014 06/02/20 08:41pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Advice - tires again

I am going to buy a new set for my RAM 3500 SWB 4x4. The Michelin Defenders will be on sale at Costo soon and I am tempted but I checked Walmart and they have the Sailun terramax in the same size (275/70/18) for a lot less. I know Sailun is getting a good rep for trailer tires but how about for truck tires? I have had excellent success with 3 sets of defenders including winter driving. chevman
larry barnhart 06/02/20 06:47pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Advice - tires again

Made in the USA vs China is a pretty easy decision, but obviously not for someone who chooses a truck Made in Mexico. Michelins for me... Your engine is made in Chihuahua - but that is not what I asked - I want to know how the Sailun tires are on trucks. BAM! Can't believe you went there Fish! Nothing else on the line today eh? To the OP's question, I'm not a Michelin fan, but I'd give them the nod over a less proven tire. At least you know the Michelins will start cracking in a few years and give you an excuse to replace them before they actually age out.
Grit dog 06/02/20 06:40pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Advice - tires again

Made in the USA vs China is a pretty easy decision, but obviously not for someone who chooses a truck Made in Mexico. Michelins for me... Your engine is made in Chihuahua - but that is not what I asked - I want to know how the Sailun tires are on trucks.
Flashman 06/02/20 06:36pm Tow Vehicles
Advice - tires again

I am going to buy a new set for my RAM 3500 SWB 4x4. The Michelin Defenders will be on sale at Costo soon and I am tempted but I checked Walmart and they have the Sailun terramax in the same size (275/70/18) for a lot less. I know Sailun is getting a good rep for trailer tires but how about for truck tires?
Flashman 06/02/20 05:31pm Tow Vehicles
RE: F-250 Needs New Shoes

I have a friend with the sailun Terramax tires from Les Schwab except the ATs. Her only comment was they drove fine and were inexpensive. I'll give them a look when I'm in the market next year. Their trailer tires have a good reputation. I recall a post from a man that had 40k on his and he was pleased.
Durb 05/27/20 11:30pm Tow Vehicles
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