(Based on 28 Reviews)
Great tires, great price. Shipping is amazingly fast. Good company.
Tires seem to be holding up very well compared to the others i have used
I have had these tires on my trailer for a couple of weeks now and they are handling the weight of my mini excavator great.
Great tire at great price! Fast shipping!
Bought 4 of these for my 10,000 lb dump trailer and have been pleased thus far-but do not have many miles on them yet. Trailers fine with heavy load.
Would gladly do business with them again
Just got through with a 5400 mile road trip with my 28 foot travel trailer driving on US Hwy 40 and US Hwy 80 with consistent speeds of 70 to 75mph and no problem with the tires on the entire trip on dry and wet roads although the speed on wet roads was about 55 to 65mph. Will buy these tires again for sure. My trailer is rather heavy at 8000 to 9000 lbs depending on the amount of water and goods on board.
When I first purchased my RV with the Trailer King Tires, I rated them 4-5 stars in each category. My tires are 2 years old with 8/32 tread depth. At 6500 miles my 1st tire "exploded." At 7000 miles my 2nd tire "exploded." Caused $5000 of damage. Took last 2 tires off. Do NOT purchase these tires for RVs!!
This product meets all my needs for my fifth wheel RV.By submitting a review, each person received a sweepstakes entry.
Purchased a set of these after another brand that I had confidence in failed. Quality Apears good. Time will tell? Shipping was fast price was great and service as well!By submitting a review, each person received a sweepstakes entry.
So far tires have met my expectations
I am very pleased with the performance and tread wear of these tires.
Great tires, used for a farm trailer. Very happy thus far
Great tires exactly what I expected good value for the dollar
Tires showing about the same wear as you would expect at 25,000 miles. During a wayside inspection I found a broken strand of wires sticking out between the treads in just one spot . Tire had 3/32 tread and tire pressure was 82 lbs. These tires may be ok for light trailer use but not for expensive 5th wheel campers. Sad to see they got a nickname "China Bombs" and I'm so glad I found the defect before it blew up and caused major damage as they have to so many campers. Replaced all 4 with Goodyear Endurance so I can travel with peace of mind.
Purchased as spare tire for my fifth wheel, so I haven't had a need to use it as of this time.
First of all we need to clear the air. Power King, Trail King and Trailer King II are three different brands. I own/operate a small tire shop and have worked with tires over 40 years. All ST trailer are NOT created equal. I have 50- 60 contractors who will not use any brand except Trailer King II. I have sold thousands of these tires and never had one return with a problem or complaint...ever. I hear Glory Stories every day about how switching to the Trailer King II solved their tire problems. One customer told me that he tows his car hauler thru the desert at 100 mph in 120 degree temps for hours at a time. He is happy to report he has never had a minutes trouble out of the Trailer King II trailer tires. Almost all ST series trailer tires have a standard maximum speed rating of 65 mph. With most brands, you are pushing your luck to max out the speed rating. The Trailer King II has a max speed rating of 75 mph and apparently performs excellent well past that rating. The only two brands that serve well for contractors is Trailer King II and Maxxis. Maxxis is an excellent choice as well,but can cost twice as much as the Trailer King II. The life expectancy is about the same which makes the Trailer King II the better value. Customers tell me everyday that the Trailer King II is the best trailer tires they have ever found. Please keep in mind that all tires eventually wear out, blow out or age out. The " age out " period for trailer tires is 3 to 5 years, depending on the quality of the tire....no matter how good it looks. With cheaper tires, 3 years is pushing your luck. You can expect to get closer to 5 years service from Trailer King II or Maxxis. Air pressure is also very important. Inflate trailer tires to the recommended PSI as indicated on the sidewall. If trailer tires are low on air pressure they will run hot which may lead to tire failure. Usually Load Range C is 50 psi. Load Range D is 65 psi. Load Range E is 80 psi. Don't forget to update the spare when replacing the tires. The only thing worse than a blow out is two blow outs. The spares age out as well. New valve stems are needed at each tire replacement interval as well. Valve stems also age out.
Pretty good handling tire. Fairly predictable on winding road conditions. My tandem axles are biased toward the rear of the trailer which helps tracking in blustery crosswind highway conditions. Tires have a slight delay in transmitting their input when driving on curvy mountainous roads.
Quick no hassle shipping. Reasonable pricing. A good product so far.
The tire is excellent. Simple Tire has good prices. Shipping is great.
New to these so unsure on how long but assume a lot
Put tires on a 5th wheel, replacing the original equipment. Can't comment on some of the ratings cause I just don't know yet. Not used during winter months.
2 nd time I have ordered on this Site. Both times the tires were here with in two days and in New Condition.I will use them again when tires are needed. Also Great Prices!!!
Awesome price for a better than average set of tires, thanks!
Great price and fast
great trailer tire great in off road conditions