Maxxis M8008 ST Radial Tire Reviews
(Based on 13 Reviews)
On Maxxis M8008 ST Radial TiresOn 04/12/2017 gave an Overall Rating of 5.00
Bought these for my travel trailer because they came highly recommended. Was looking for tires that I could depend on to get me where I was going without blowout worries. They look great and found them at simpletire for a great price. They were delivered fast. Will update this review after my first real trip soon.
On Maxxis M8008 ST Radial TiresOn 02/27/2017 gave an Overall Rating of 5.00
Best Trailer tire Shreaded others cheapo china tires. Maxxis are the best.
On Maxxis M8008 ST Radial TiresOn 02/17/2017 gave an Overall Rating of 4.00
On Maxxis M8008 ST Radial TiresOn 08/16/2016 gave an Overall Rating of 5.00
Bought for our travel trailer. This was the first set of replacement tires we bought. We replaced the factory issued Goodyear tires and I could tell a noticeable difference. The Silverado and Trailer handled much better. My perception is a smoother ride (less bouncing and sway.) We've put 1,500 miles on them and I would highly recommend these. Pay a little extra for the piece of mind when traveling.
On Maxxis M8008 ST Radial TiresOn 07/20/2016 gave an Overall Rating of 5.00
I purchased these tires for my pop-up trailer before heading out on a 4000 mile trip from Arizona to Montana and back. I wanted new tires so as to prevent any issues while that far away from home. Well, they definetly did that. I went with Maxxis as I know they have a good reputation and make tires for everything from bikes to trucks to cars. I had zero issues with these tires. Even driving through the desert where the temps hit well over 100 degrees. SimpleTire is a great company. Tires shipped fast. I installed them myself (I'm an auto mechanic). These tires have a very stiff sidewall and are well constructed. I'm very sure they will last me another 5 years and many thousands of miles.
On Maxxis M8008 ST Radial TiresOn 05/01/2016 gave an Overall Rating of 5.00
On Maxxis M8008 ST Radial TiresOn 03/09/2016 gave an Overall Rating of 3.50
The tire side wall is a lot more stiff than the cheep ones that came with our coachmen 246 rks. This thing tows so much better with less sway or side to side movement. These tires are a great improvement.
On Maxxis M8008 ST Radial TiresOn 06/26/2015 gave an Overall Rating of 5.00
Put these on our travel trailer right before a 5000 mile trip from WI to CA and back. Hit some snow in the Rockies. Rain, high winds and hail in the plains. And HEAT coming back thru AZ to stop at the Grand Canyon. While it can be hard to "rate" a trailer tire these were great. Trailer was always rock solid behind my F-350. I will be putting Maxxis on every trailer we ever have.
On Maxxis M8008 ST Radial TiresOn 06/06/2015 gave an Overall Rating of 5.00
On Maxxis M8008 ST Radial TiresOn 06/02/2015 gave an Overall Rating of 4.50
I bought four of these to replace he aging and cracked GoodYear Marathons on my travel trailer. I had them installed and went on the first trip with them recently. The tires performed as well and I've had no problems. They had much better reviews than the GoodYear Marathons when I made this purchase. I'm satisfied with the purchase.
On Maxxis M8008 ST Radial TiresOn 10/23/2014 gave an Overall Rating of 4.50
On Maxxis M8008 ST Radial TiresOn 08/11/2014 gave an Overall Rating of 5.00
Got these as a heavier ply/load (2900lb) rating to replace the exact same (maxxis 2500lb rated) tire my travel trailer came with. Definitely an improvement as they support higher pressure (80psi) and almost 500lbs more per tire. The sidewalls are stiffer and do not collapse easily under the heavy weight of the 8000lb travel trailer that is sitting on top of it. Probably one of the best tires for this size available. SimpleTire was great to deal with, dropped shipped the tires to the shop that was installing them, and they shipped the next day after order was placed (I had a tracking number the same day).
On Maxxis M8008 ST Radial TiresOn 01/03/2014 gave an Overall Rating of 3.50
Nice tire. Needs to be well inflated so it's not too soft (62-64 lbs) New tread depth seem to be a bit shallow. I'm going to compare side by side with a Greenball tow master. Be intouch and I'll let you know what I think at the end of my summer season. Chris.