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Looking for new tires for my 5er. Sailun Tires good or bad, Buy or not. want G rated or higher,


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We have had VERY good results from our Sailun's tires and they are going on two years old with no issues. Matter of fact going to put Sailun's on the truck next year. Good Luck and Happy Camping !!!


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If someone stole the Sailun tires off our toyhauler, I'd buy another set in a heartbeat. Five years, 20,000 miles, and still going strong. Couldn't ask for a better tire. IMO of course.


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8 pages of Sailun tires

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md_procouple wrote:

We have had VERY good results from our Sailun's tires and they are going on two years old with no issues. Matter of fact going to put Sailun's on the truck next year. Good Luck and Happy Camping !!!



It won't be long some will finally get it, they are finding out now about the S637's, and next we will start hearing about the Sailun Terramax for our trucks.

I agree with you on the truck tires, the Sailun Terramx will be my next truck tire. I'm tired of getting taken to the cleaners on the price of truck tires. We finally got a great trailer tire in the Sailuns, now the truck tires. I have no doubt they will equal the Goodyears, Toyo's, and especially the Michelins, and etc etc etc. and at about half the price [emoticon]

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yankeecamper wrote:

Looking for new tires for my 5er. Sailun Tires good or bad, Buy or not. want G rated or higher,



If you got the wheels for them Sailuns are your BEST choice . 235-80-16 @ 4080, or 235-85-16 @ 4400. Most likely your wheels will be rated for 110 psi, but probably 3750 on weight rating, but still a great choice, just won't be able to utilize the weight rating although you can inflate to 110 psi, just don't overload the wheels

You can go with an inflation chart, but if your wheels are 3750, 95-100 should cover that with the Sailuns.

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Who sells this tire Sailun?

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Been running ours on our 16k fifth wheel for 3 1/2 years and they still look perfect. They only lose 3-4 psi sitting all winter as well.

They are excellent tires and I would not hesitate to buy them again.


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Weldon wrote:

Who sells this tire Sailun?
I bought mine from SimpleTire online, when I bought them there were only a couple places that sold them, and they were much higher than SimpleTire. They're cheaper now than when I bought them.

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fj12ryder wrote:

If someone stole the Sailun tires off our toyhauler, I'd buy another set in a heartbeat. Five years, 20,000 miles, and still going strong. Couldn't ask for a better tire. IMO of course.


X2. Third year and over 12,000 miles. They run cooler than the Marathons we had on before. Just make sure you put em on rims that are rated high enough.


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