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ST225/75R15 Towmaster Trailer Tire Load Range E

1.7 out of 5 stars 20 customer reviews
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Brand Towmaster
Manufacturer Part Number ST-TD15225E

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ASIN B006UH5BYC
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1.7 out of 5 stars 20 customer reviews

1.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #628,656 in Automotive (See top 100)
#196 in Automotive > Wheels & Tires > Wheels > Trailer
Shipping Weight 30 pounds
Date First Available June 16, 2015

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(PLEASE NOTE: TIRE ONLY - WHEEL NOT INCLUDED) Tire Size: ST225/75R15LOAD RANGE: ETHREAD DEPTH 32NDS IN.: 10PSI: 80MAX CAPACITY: 2,830 LBS.

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Bought two tires-rated E load range, though they replaced 2 D range on my 5th wheel trailer. The first one blew at around 2000 miles, the second exploded at around 4500 miles. Not only the cost and the inconvenience of all this, but the damage done to the trailer was another several hundred dollars. Never had this type of experience before, would certainly not recommend these.
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Horrible tires! Cannot handle heat at all. Three of these tires which came on my trailer when I bought it have blown out, causing major damage. Save yourself the headache and buy another brand tire!
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I purchased 4 of the 225/75R 15 Towmaster Load E July 2013. Tire date stamp 3112. Today, with between 3000 and 4000 miles, I found one of the tires to have a very crowned tread, it looks like a balloon around the entire circumference. It appears the outer tread has separated from the inner carcass. I made it home 130 miles, but the tire was much hotter than the others after arrival. I've had this happen before, and know the tire is about to fail. So, do I expect the other 3 to fail soon? Never drive over 65. Tire pressure has always been within 5psi., no leaks. Tires are overrated for load; I'm at 60-70% of rated capacity. Why do they allow manufacturers to sell substandard products for use on roads in the USA? I would put a truck tire on if I had the correct size, wish they had a metric size as the European standards are far better. Also, the sidewalls of these tires are very weak. Before mounting, I found them to be the weakest sidewall on a tire I have seen.
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After 4 years and about 10,000 miles the one tire of six on my large travel trailer (fifth wheel) that was the one and only Towmaster on the rig is failing. luckily, I spotted the problem while checking the tires before it blew out while under way. A blowout on a RV can cause a lot of damage. Don't risk problems on the road with bad tires. I wish I had known about these tires and that they were known as Blowmasters. I paid big money and got crap.
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These tires are junk. Do not place your family or equipment in jeopardy just to save a couple bucks. Having replaced all five D rated tires with these E rated tires, (Spare Too) the spare is the only one to survive after only a few miles. The blow outs have damaged my trailer skirts, fenders and electrical. One of the blow outs ripped the valve stem out of another wheel and ruined it as well.
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Bought these tires 3 years ago. No problems until this summer. Blew 3 of them so far this year, at 65 mph and proper pressure. They have less than 5,000 miles. Attached is a photo of a 'good' one with exactly 80 psi of air in it, as recommended. They are getting switched out as I type this with Maxxis m8008's, which seem to get good reviews. I can only hope.
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Our new to us 6,000 lb camp trailer came with four one year old ST 205 75R 14 TOW-MASTER tires on it that were stored in the shade with white wheel cover protecting them. i REMEMBER thinking, cool new tires one less worry. I checked the brakes and repacked the wheeel bearings with new seals and inflated the tires to sidewall recomendations, figured we where ready to hit the road. The first one blew out around 180 miles, taking out the electric brake wires and fiberglass wheel fender. ALSO COST A $600.oo pair of glasses that where destroyed during the ordeal of changing the tire on the side of HWY 80 in Reno during rush hour on a 110 degreee day. I figured it a fluke and just replaced one axle of tires. The second on blew 3 days later, this time on the passenger side. Thank goodness this time it only wrapped itself around the axle severial times, again taking out the brake wires, but left the fiberglass side of the trailer intack. He we are in the middle of no where in Montanna in need of another axle of tires. These tires are DANGEROUS, COSTING US THOUSANDS EXTRA IN TIRES AND REPAIRS ON OUR TRIP. DO NOT BUY. AVOID AT ALL COST. IF YOU BUY A TRAILER AND IT HAS NEW TOW-MASTER TIRES ON IT, TAKE THEM OFF, THROW THEM IN THE DUMP, AND BUY NEW GOOD QUALITY TIRES FROM A REPUTABLE DEALER.
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Like others state here - DO NOT BUY - I purchased a set of 4 about 18 months ago for my 5th Wheel - gross weight around 8000lb. They have been lightly used 1000 miles? we just do local state parks. I keep inflated at 80PSI (E rating) A month ago one blew out at 65 on the I95, causing minor damage, but massive inconvenience. After further reviews i went with a complete set of MAXXIS tires. I kept the other 3 thinking $30 each on CL! However, I looked inside and every one had delaminated, bubbling every few inches. They are simply dangerous. i did not purchase off Amazon, but wanted to make other potential purchasers aware. My spare is also towmaster, which is now destined for the scrap heap. I can't believe these are still around....
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