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Old 07-01-2016, 03:30 AM   #1
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Sailun Tires?

Have to replace my tires and I'm hoping to do it without having to resort to bank robbery. I have Goodyear G rated tires (and rims) now but a cost of $340 per sort of hurts my feelings. I see Sailun tires get a lot of air time. Anyone with experience with this brand?
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Old 07-01-2016, 06:21 AM   #2
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For about the same price you could upgrade to the Sailun H rated tires/wheels from Titan Guy. I'm also curious about them as I'll be upgrading this fall/winter.
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Old 07-01-2016, 11:53 AM   #3
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I ran the Sailun S637 "16" G Rated tire on my last SOB 5th Wheel for many miles coast to coast.
They were great tires, very heavy, well constructed tires that wore well.
I would have no hesitation purchasing Sailun Trailer Tires again.
Even though they are made in China, I have never heard or read about anybody having issues with them.
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Here is an add from Ron ( Titan Guy )

Redwood owners only special:
4 - 215/75R17.5 H Sailun with Wheel, center cap & lug nuts $1300
4 - 215/75R17.5 H Goodyear G114 with Wheel, center cap & lug nuts $2000

Freight prox $125.
This is the wheel. Ron Russell 405-626-7009
The USA made Alcoa wheel is also available at prox +$800 set

take the 17.5 Sailuns and RUN with them.... sell your exsisting combo for small $$

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Have to replace my tires and I'm hoping to do it without having to resort to bank robbery. I have Goodyear G rated tires (and rims) now but a cost of $340 per sort of hurts my feelings. I see Sailun tires get a lot of air time. Anyone with experience with this brand?
Thanx,
Jim
I got the Sailun "H" tires and 17.5" rims from Ron just about a month ago. Only have about 300 miles on them, but no problems so far.
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