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Old 12-24-2012, 12:14 PM   #1
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Hello friends, I own a 22 ft, 2007 international. Four tiers. What are the best tiers to buy.
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Any tiers you like........

Just don't ask about tires.

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Hello friends, I own a 22 ft, 2007 international. Four tiers. What are the best tiers to buy.
What's wrong using the same brand that came with the trailer?

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after reading others night mares one the forum, i worry about having a blowout i i have hear that Michelin tiers are the best but I am confused if they make a 15 inch tier.
i own a 22 2007 ccd international. I will be going cross country for a few months and i just want to fell safe.
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Michelin makes lots of car and truck tires; I am not aware that they make trailer tires, and I know they don't make tiers. Like Andy says buy some new OEM tires and monitor the air pressure and temperature often and you should be fine.

I might also suggest that you do some reading about tires on the forum. There is lots of information and opinions.

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