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A little more info would help . . . Is it for a wheelbarrel, a trailer,a motorhome,a motorcycle, a hoverround, a wheelchair, etc

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On 6/7/2023 at 11:12 AM, Bellboy61 said:

any problems with West Lake tires  what is recommended

As Linda stated, the title of your post needs to reflect the topic of your question.

Westlake tires are a mixed bag. The smaller, load range E tires have a poor reputation for failure with damage to the trailer. The heavier load range G Westlake tires are a decent tire and very few reports of failures if cared for properly (proper inflation pressures, frequent checks, etc.). Any brand tire can fail, though, if not appropriate for the load or properly inflated.


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