(Based on 14 Reviews)
This brand was on when I bought my travel trailer in 2014 we only go camping maybe twice a year with an average of about 400 miles a trip. The last trip we had a constant high vibration, kept pulling over to check tires, couldn't see anything. Yesterday walked out and saw that two of four tires are having tread separation like re-tread tires. After reading other reviews they are known for lots of blowouts. I wouldn't ever buy these ever again!
This is my second set and they are great tires.
Buying a replacement tire on line with SimpleTire for my travel trailer was easy. It was shipped as promised. I will use SimpleTire for my next tire pirchase. Thank you Charles, North Carolina
Only had the tires mounted on my trailer a month or so. they were the same tires I replaced so I expect the same wear. so far, so good.
awesome trailer tire
I order them and they show up at my door
These tires held up well for the first 3 years. They handled the road, wet or dry, really well. They haven't seen snow. In March 2016, I had a blowout on I75 in Tennessee what stripped the road surface tread off the tire. I'd thought I just had a bit of bad luck. Then on Oct 3, 2016, I had a second blowout on I13 in Delaware. Same thing: road surface tread was stripped off. Today, I had the wheel bearings checked and my mechanic found a bubble under the road surface tread of one of the original tires. Clearly there is something defective on these tires. For your information, the manufacture date on the original tires is 0313. It looks to me like a bad batch of rubber. We will now see what their warranty people say as to the cause. Anyone else have similar experiences?
Good tire for the price.
definitely skeptical about how safe these tires are.. they had almost no traction and didn't last me long at all. waste of time.
These are the worse tires you can put on your RV. We had two blowouts on our 5th wheeler already and these tires have less than 3000 miles. I always keep the correct amount of air in my tires so over/under inflation was not the problem. These are poorly made Chinese tires that are unreliable and unsafe. We are now buying 5 new Maxxis tires and trashing these cheap Tow Max Chinese tires.
Dangerous!!!! Three people I know have had serious blowouts on the road with these tires before they were a year old. One had severe 5th wheel damage.
Trailer tires - I've owned several different brands/ styles of trailer tires over the years, including Goodyear, Hercules, Maxxis, Carlisle and Loadstar. The Towmax is definitely the best so far. Smooth ride, load handling and treadwear are all very good.