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    Re: What do you tow your Trail Runner with?

    For all you "thinking" you'll be ok, check out www.fifthwheelst.com for safe towing calculators and info, even for bumper pull trailers.

    Don't guess, KNOW what is safe.


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    Re: What do you tow your Trail Runner with?

    Quote Originally Posted by jleavitt11 View Post
    There is a belief within this forum that St tires all have a speed rating of 65 MPH. I think this was old information from older ST tires. Every tire I have checked has a speed rating of at least L or 75 MPH including the Sailun's I am running on my Cyclone.
    Most information I've seen on ST tires comes from retailer websites. It can be difficult or impossible to find specifications like speed ratings on many manufacturer websites. So that begs the question of where the retailer got the specs and who stands behind them. I don't put much trust in retailer website information.

    In the case of Sailun, as I recall, Sailun does publish specifications. And given the nearly perfect experiences reported online, the speed rating on a Sailun is probably reliable.


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    Re: What do you tow your Trail Runner with?

    Here are a couple of links to tire manufactures specs and what all the numbers on the side are for.

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