View Poll Results: AIRSTREAM *NON-ST* TIRE POLL – Applicable only to Airstreams with NON-ST tires
TYPE OF TIRE INSTALLED – Please select only one response in this category: 12 13.64%
Type of Tire Installed: ST (Special Trailer tire) – ATTENTION: DO NOT PROCEED – THIS POLL IS FOR *NON-ST* TIRES ONLY! 4 4.55%
Type of Tire Installed: P (Passenger car tire) 9 10.23%
Type of Tire Installed: XL (Extra Load passenger car tire) 10 11.36%
Type of Tire Installed: LT (Light Truck tire) 54 61.36%
Type of Tire Installed: Other or unknown 2 2.27%
TIRE MANUFACTURER – Please select only one response in this category: 2 2.27%
Tire Manufacturer: BF Goodrich – Commercial T/A 0 0%
Tire Manufacturer: BF Goodrich – Other tire models 0 0%
Tire Manufacturer: Bridgestone 1 1.14%
Tire Manufacturer: Carlisle 1 1.14%
Tire Manufacturer: Continental 1 1.14%
Tire Manufacturer: Cooper 1 1.14%
Tire Manufacturer: Dick Cepek 0 0%
Tire Manufacturer: Dunlop 1 1.14%
Tire Manufacturer: Firestone 2 2.27%
Tire Manufacturer: Fuzion 0 0%
Tire Manufacturer: General 1 1.14%
Tire Manufacturer: Goodyear 2 2.27%
Tire Manufacturer: Hankook 0 0%
Tire Manufacturer: Kumho 0 0%
Tire Manufacturer: Maxxis 1 1.14%
Tire Manufacturer: Michelin – LTX M/S (older model; NOT the Defender) only 6 6.82%
Tire Manufacturer: Michelin – LTX M/S2 only 53 60.23%
Tire Manufacturer: Michelin – LTX A/T2 only 0 0%
Tire Manufacturer: Michelin – Defender LTX M/S only 6 6.82%
Tire Manufacturer: Michelin – XPS Rib only 6 6.82%
Tire Manufacturer: Michelin – Other tire models 2 2.27%
Tire Manufacturer: Nexen 0 0%
Tire Manufacturer: Nokian 1 1.14%
Tire Manufacturer: Pirelli 0 0%
Tire Manufacturer: Sumitomo 0 0%
Tire Manufacturer: Toyo 0 0%
Tire Manufacturer: Uniroyal 0 0%
Tire Manufacturer: Yokohama 1 1.14%
Tire Manufacturer: Other 1 1.14%
MANUFACTURING COUNTRY – Please select only one response in this category: 1 1.14%
Manufacturing Country: Canada 12 13.64%
Manufacturing Country: China 2 2.27%
Manufacturing Country: Europe 9 10.23%
Manufacturing Country: Mexico 0 0%
Manufacturing Country: Other Far Eastern Countries (e.g., Japan, Taiwan, Korea, Malaysia, etc.) 0 0%
Manufacturing Country: USA 18 20.45%
Manufacturing Country: Other or unknown 20 22.73%
TIRE SIZE – Please select only one response in this category: 1 1.14%
Tire Size: 205 3 3.41%
Tire Size: 215 3 3.41%
Tire Size: 225 51 57.95%
Tire Size: 235 25 28.41%
Tire Size: Other 1 1.14%
TIRE ASPECT RATIO – Please select only one response in this category: 1 1.14%
Tire Aspect Ratio: 70 8 9.09%
Tire Aspect Ratio: 75 68 77.27%
Tire Aspect Ratio: 80 1 1.14%
Tire Aspect Ratio: Other 2 2.27%
WHEEL SIZE – Please select only one response in this category: 1 1.14%
Wheel Size: 14 inch 0 0%
Wheel Size: 15 inch 35 39.77%
Wheel Size: 16 inch 51 57.95%
Wheel Size: Other 0 0%
TIRE LOAD RANGE – Please select only one response in this category: 1 1.14%
Tire Load Range: Standard 4 4.55%
Tire Load Range: C or XL 18 20.45%
Tire Load Range: D 8 9.09%
Tire Load Range: E 42 47.73%
Tire Load Range: F 1 1.14%
Tire Load Range: G 0 0%
NORMAL TIRE PRESSURE (cold) – Please select only one response in this category: 2 2.27%
Normal Tire Pressure: 36-44 psi 8 9.09%
Normal Tire Pressure: 50 psi 21 23.86%
Normal Tire Pressure: 55-60 psi 8 9.09%
Normal Tire Pressure: 65 psi 11 12.50%
Normal Tire Pressure: 72 psi 14 15.91%
Normal Tire Pressure: 80 psi 23 26.14%
Normal Tire Pressure: 80+ psi 1 1.14%
TIRE AGE (in years) – Please select only one response in this category: 4 4.55%
Tire Age (in years): 0-1 year 24 27.27%
Tire Age (in years): 1-2 years 12 13.64%
Tire Age (in years): 2-3 years 19 21.59%
Tire Age (in years): 3-4 years 12 13.64%
Tire Age (in years): 4-5 years 10 11.36%
Tire Age (in years): 5-6 years 3 3.41%
Tire Age (in years): 6-7 years 1 1.14%
Tire Age (in years): 7+ years 3 3.41%
Tire Age (in years): Unknown 1 1.14%
TIRE AGE (in miles) – Please select only one response in this category: 4 4.55%
Tire Age (in miles): 0-1,000 miles 10 11.36%
Tire Age (in miles): 1,000-5,000 miles 13 14.77%
Tire Age (in miles): 5,000-10,000 miles 18 20.45%
Tire Age (in miles): 10,000-15,000 miles 12 13.64%
Tire Age (in miles): 15,000-25,000 miles 16 18.18%
Tire Age (in miles): 25,000-50,000 miles 9 10.23%
Tire Age (in miles): 50,000-75,000 miles 2 2.27%
Tire Age (in miles): 75,000-100,000 miles 0 0%
Tire Age (in miles): 100,000+ miles 0 0%
Tire Age (in miles): Unknown 2 2.27%
ARE TIRES BALANCED – Please select only one response in this category: 7 7.95%
Are Tires Balanced: Static (bubble) balance 8 9.09%
Are Tires Balanced: Spin balance (tire spun on balancing machine or Airstream) 69 78.41%
Are Tires Balanced: No or unknown 5 5.68%
ARE DYNAMIC BALANCING DEVICES USED – Please select all responses that apply in this category: 4 4.55%
Dynamic Balancing Devices Used: Centramatics (or similar) 27 30.68%
Dynamic Balancing Devices Used: DynaBeads (or similar) 1 1.14%
Dynamic Balancing Devices Used: Other less common devices or methods 1 1.14%
Dynamic Balancing Devices Used: None or unknown 25 28.41%
NUMBER OF AXLES ON YOUR AIRSTREAM – Please select only one response in this category: 3 3.41%
Number of Axles on Your Airstream: 1 5 5.68%
Number of Axles on Your Airstream: 2 71 80.68%
Number of Axles on Your Airstream: 3 5 5.68%
WEIGHT OF AIRSTREAM (fully loaded, including tongue weight) – Please select only one response in this category: 4 4.55%
Weight of Airstream: 1,000-2,000 pounds 0 0%
Weight of Airstream: 2,000-3,000 pounds 1 1.14%
Weight of Airstream: 3,000-4,000 pounds 2 2.27%
Weight of Airstream: 4,000-5,000 pounds 8 9.09%
Weight of Airstream: 5,000-6,000 pounds 15 17.05%
Weight of Airstream: 6,000-7,000 pounds 15 17.05%
Weight of Airstream: 7,000-8,000 pounds 14 15.91%
Weight of Airstream: 8,000-9,000 pounds 20 22.73%
Weight of Airstream: 9,000-10,000 pounds 8 9.09%
Weight of Airstream: 10,000-11,000 pounds 3 3.41%
Weight of Airstream: 11,000-12,000 pounds 0 0%
Weight of Airstream: 12,000+ pounds 0 0%
PARKING SURFACE – Please select only one parking surface for tires during extended storage (longer than 30 days): 3 3.41%
Parking Surface: Dirt, rock, gravel, sand (or similar) 22 25.00%
Parking Surface: Asphalt 10 11.36%
Parking Surface: Concrete 33 37.50%
Parking Surface: Wood, cardboard, paper, etc. 6 6.82%
Parking Surface: Synthetic material (rubber, plastic, floor tiles, carpeting, etc.) 4 4.55%
Parking Surface: Off floor (Airstream on jacks) 5 5.68%
Parking Surface: Tires removed and stored off Airstream 0 0%
Parking Surface: Other 6 6.82%
AIRSTREAM TOWING CONDITIONS – Please select all responses that apply in this category: 4 4.55%
My Airstream is towed on: Interstate and multilane highways 72 81.82%
My Airstream is towed on: State and other improved two-lane highways, with shoulders 68 77.27%
My Airstream is towed on: Mostly paved and well-maintained lesser-used "backroads" 51 57.95%
My Airstream is towed on: Poorly/minimally maintained "backroads" and off-road 17 19.32%
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HAS A *NON-ST* TIRE FAILED ON YOUR AIRSTREAM – If YES is selected, please continue with this poll. However, if your answer is NO; please stop, and do not proceed further. The questions that follow pertain only to NON-ST tire failures. 4 4.55%
Has a NON-ST tire failed on your Airstream in the past 10 years? – Yes (Please continue.) 8 9.09%
Has a NON-ST tire failed on your Airstream in the past 10 years? – No (Please stop here.) 48 54.55%
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TIRE PRESSURE AT FAILURE – Please select only one response in this category: 0 0%
Tire Pressure at Failure: Tire was inflated to “normal tire pressure” (previously entered) 8 9.09%
Tire Pressure at Failure: Tire was inflated to a lower pressure 0 0%
Tire Pressure at Failure: Tire was inflated to a higher pressure 0 0%
Tire Pressure at Failure: Tire pressure was unknown at time of failure 0 0%
AMBIENT/OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE when tire failure occurred or was noticed – Please select only one response in this category: 1 1.14%
Ambient/Outdoor Temperature at Failure: Subfreezing to freezing temperatures 0 0%
Ambient/Outdoor Temperature at Failure: Freezing to 70-degrees Fahrenheit 2 2.27%
Ambient/Outdoor Temperature at Failure: 70 to 90-degrees Fahrenheit 6 6.82%
Ambient/Outdoor Temperature at Failure: 90 to 110-degrees Fahrenheit 0 0%
Ambient/Outdoor Temperature at Failure: 110+ degrees Fahrenheit 0 0%
TIRE FAILURE DESCRIPTION – Please select all responses that apply in this category: 0 0%
Tire Failure Description: Valve stem leak/failure 1 1.14%
Tire Failure Description: Bubble in sidewall 0 0%
Tire Failure Description: Bubble in tread area 0 0%
Tire Failure Description: Belt/tread slipped, but still relatively intact 1 1.14%
Tire Failure Description: Tread separated, but still partially attached to tire body 0 0%
Tire Failure Description: Tread completely separated, but tire body still inflated 0 0%
Tire Failure Description: Blowout, sidewall 0 0%
Tire Failure Description: Blowout, with tread separation 2 2.27%
Tire Failure Description: Other, not described above 4 4.55%
TIRE FAILURE TIME – Please select only one response in this category: 2 2.27%
Tire Failure Time: Before driving 2 2.27%
Tire Failure Time: While driving 4 4.55%
Tire Failure Time: After driving 1 1.14%
POSITION OF TIRE THAT FAILED – Please select all responses that apply in this category: 1 1.14%
Position of Tire that Failed: Axle #1 (front or single axle), left side 6 6.82%
Position of Tire that Failed: Axle #1 (front or single axle), right side 1 1.14%
Position of Tire that Failed: Axle #2, left side 1 1.14%
Position of Tire that Failed: Axle #2, right side 2 2.27%
Position of Tire that Failed: Axle #3, left side 1 1.14%
Position of Tire that Failed: Axle #3, right side 1 1.14%
CAUSES & CONTRIBUTING FACTORS: 0 0%
Did a road hazard, hitch failure or vehicle accident cause or contribute to the tire failure: Yes 3 3.41%
Did a road hazard, hitch failure or vehicle accident cause or contribute to the tire failure: No 3 3.41%
Did the tire failure cause or contribute to a vehicle accident: Yes 0 0%
Did the tire failure cause or contribute to a vehicle accident: No 7 7.95%
NUMBER OF TIRES THAT FAILED IN ORIGINAL INCIDENT – Please select only one response in this category: 1 1.14%
Number of Tires that Failed in Original Incident: 1 7 7.95%
Number of Tires that Failed in Original Incident: 2 0 0%
Number of Tires that Failed in Original Incident: 3 0 0%
Number of Tires that Failed in Original Incident: 4 0 0%
Number of Tires that Failed in Original Incident: 5 0 0%
Number of Tires that Failed in Original Incident: 6 0 0%
NUMBER OF ADDITIONAL TIRES THAT FAILED WITHIN 30 DAYS OR 1,000 MILES OF ORIGINAL INCIDENT – Please select only one response in this category: 1 1.14%
Number of Additional Tires that Failed within 30 Days or 1,000 Miles: 1 0 0%
Number of Additional Tires that Failed within 30 Days or 1,000 Miles: 2 0 0%
Number of Additional Tires that Failed within 30 Days or 1,000 Miles: 3 0 0%
Number of Additional Tires that Failed within 30 Days or 1,000 Miles: 4 0 0%
Number of Additional Tires that Failed within 30 Days or 1,000 Miles: 5 1 1.14%
Number of Additional Tires that Failed within 30 Days or 1,000 Miles: 6 0 0%
NUMBER OF ADDITIONAL TIRES THAT FAILED WITHIN 12 MONTHS OR 12,000 MILES OF ORIGINAL INCIDENT – Please select only one response in this category: 1 1.14%
Number of Additional Tires that Failed within 12 Months or 12,000 Miles: 1 0 0%
Number of Additional Tires that Failed within 12 Months or 12,000 Miles: 2 0 0%
Number of Additional Tires that Failed within 12 Months or 12,000 Miles: 3 0 0%
Number of Additional Tires that Failed within 12 Months or 12,000 Miles: 4 0 0%
Number of Additional Tires that Failed within 12 Months or 12,000 Miles: 5 0 0%
Number of Additional Tires that Failed within 12 Months or 12,000 Miles: 6 0 0%
COST OF ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE, TOWING, ETC. (including expenses reimbursed by insurance; however, do not include cost of new tires, wheels, etc.) – Please select only one response in this category: 1 1.14%
Cost of Roadside Assistance, Towing, etc.: $0 3 3.41%
Cost of Roadside Assistance, Towing, etc.: $1-100 0 0%
Cost of Roadside Assistance, Towing, etc.: $100-250 0 0%
Cost of Roadside Assistance, Towing, etc.: $250-500 0 0%
Cost of Roadside Assistance, Towing, etc.: $500-1,000 0 0%
Cost of Roadside Assistance, Towing, etc.: $1,000-2,500 0 0%
Cost of Roadside Assistance, Towing, etc.: $2,500-5,000 0 0%
Cost of Roadside Assistance, Towing, etc.: $5,000-10,000 0 0%
Cost of Roadside Assistance, Towing, etc.: $10,000+ 0 0%
COST OF TIRE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT (including new tire and/or wheel, shipping, extended warranty, mounting & balancing and similar charges, even if reimbursed by insurance) – Please select only one response in this category: 1 1.14%
Cost of Tire Repair or Replacement: $0 0 0%
Cost of Tire Repair or Replacement: $1-100 3 3.41%
Cost of Tire Repair or Replacement: $100-250 2 2.27%
Cost of Tire Repair or Replacement: $250-500 2 2.27%
Cost of Tire Repair or Replacement: $500-1,000 0 0%
Cost of Tire Repair or Replacement: $1,000-1,500 0 0%
Cost of Tire Repair or Replacement: $1,500-2,000 0 0%
Cost of Tire Repair or Replacement: $2,000-2,500 0 0%
Cost of Tire Repair or Replacement: $2,500+ 0 0%
ADDITIONAL DAMAGE TO AIRSTREAM – Please select all responses that apply in this category: 1 1.14%
Additional Damage to Airstream: None 6 6.82%
Additional Damage to Airstream: Minor cosmetic damage (even if not repaired) 1 1.14%
Additional Damage to Airstream: Functional damage to other tires, wheels, suspension parts, etc. 0 0%
Additional Damage to Airstream: Functional damage affecting safety, including brake lines/parts, electrical wiring, propane lines, etc. 0 0%
Additional Damage to Airstream: Major damage to exterior or interior of Airstream, including body panels, windows, rock guards, water heater, refrigerator, etc. 0 0%
Additional Damage: Tow vehicle or other vehicles 0 0%
Additional Damage: Personal injury, property or other damage associated with tire failure 0 0%
COST OF ADDITIONAL DAMAGE TO AIRSTREAM (estimate, if not repaired) – Please select only one response in this category: 1 1.14%
Cost of Additional Damage to Airstream: $0 4 4.55%
Cost of Additional Damage to Airstream: $1-100 0 0%
Cost of Additional Damage to Airstream: $100-500 0 0%
Cost of Additional Damage to Airstream: $500-1,000 1 1.14%
Cost of Additional Damage to Airstream: $1,000-2,500 0 0%
Cost of Additional Damage to Airstream: $2,500-5,000 0 0%
Cost of Additional Damage to Airstream: $5,000-7,500 0 0%
Cost of Additional Damage to Airstream: $7,500-10,000 0 0%
Cost of Additional Damage to Airstream: $10,000-15,000 0 0%
Cost of Additional Damage to Airstream: $15,000-25,000 0 0%
Cost of Additional Damage to Airstream: $25,000+ 0 0%
Cost of Additional Damage to Airstream: Total loss (scrap/salvage) 0 0%
COST OF OTHER DAMAGE (including personal injury, property, tow vehicle or other damage associated with tire failure) – Please select only one response in this category: 1 1.14%
Cost of Other Damage: $0 5 5.68%
Cost of Other Damage: $1-100 0 0%
Cost of Other Damage: $100-500 0 0%
Cost of Other Damage: $500-1,000 0 0%
Cost of Other Damage: $1,000-2,500 0 0%
Cost of Other Damage: $2,500-5,000 0 0%
Cost of Other Damage: $5,000-10,000 0 0%
Cost of Other Damage: $10,000-25,000+ 0 0%
Cost of Other Damage: $25,000-50,000 0 0%
Cost of Other Damage: $50,000+ 0 0%
Cost of Other Damage: Total loss (tow vehicle, other vehicles and/or property) 0 0%
TOW VEHICLE TIRE DAMAGE – Please select only one response in this category: 1 1.14%
Tow Vehicle Tire Damage – Were tires also damaged on your tow vehicle: Yes 0 0%
Tow Vehicle Tire Damage – Were tires also damaged on your tow vehicle: No 4 4.55%
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Old 10-09-2016, 02:54 PM   #43
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No catastrophic separation or torn aluminum though from the pictures. Looks pretty contained.


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Old 10-09-2016, 03:24 PM   #44
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Well, I already completed the poll, but had a Michelin ltx failure Fri night. Not the tire's fault. HUGE, full lane pothole at a truck stop entrance where big rigs have eaten up the pavement bed. Just happened to notice it while putting my tpms sensors back on.
The pictures don't really seem to show failure. What exactly happened to the tire. Sidewall failure?
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Old 10-09-2016, 03:49 PM   #45
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Pics don't show it well. Look at the third one. Right above the "M", you can see a dark diagonal wrinkle in the sidewall. I caught the edge of the pothole and tore the fabric. It then ran up under the tread. About half the diameter of the tire has the tread rounded and bulged out. Also, the tread block groves at the shoulder are supposed to be pretty perpendicular to the tread face. They are slipped to about 30* around about a quarter of the diameter. Busted and slipped belts. I was lucky to make the 100 or so miles to my destination.
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Old 10-09-2016, 04:51 PM   #46
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Ok,
We switched to Michelin LTX M/S2's 3 years ago when I still ran my auto repair business. I was hesitant to switch from the Marathons initially as we have a fairly heavy 16' International Serenity that I have added weight to over the years. I'm sure that we are at or near our 4300 pound GVWR when we travel and I wondered how the Michelins would hold up at or just beyond their maximum load capacity. In the end, after suffering 2 separate incidences of Marathons going "out of round" I decided that we'd try them and monitor them with an internally-mounted-sensor TPMS system by Dill. This not only gives us pressure monitoring but temperature.
In the past 25,000 to 30,000 miles of towing, the Michelin tires have been perfect.
I no longer own the Hunter Road Force balancer (retired, sold everything but my toolboxs) so I can't easily check them for runout (Road Force) the way I could but the tires look new.
We are about to embark on a trip around the US this winter/spring and I wonder if we should simply replace them as a matter of preventative maintenance.
Not sure what we will decide...
I will endeavor to weigh the Bambi to see just how fat it is these days...maybe this week. That may impact my decision.
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Old 10-09-2016, 05:17 PM   #47
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I don't know if age had any responsibility for my issue, but they are 5 1/2 years old. But the impact I experienced may have busted a brand new tire. They have been perfect up to this point.
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Old 10-09-2016, 05:29 PM   #48
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Also, I should mention, this tire had previously been patched and plugged not terribly far from the impact area.
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Old 10-09-2016, 07:23 PM   #49
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Also, I should mention, this tire had previously been patched and plugged not terribly far from the impact area.
Hmmmm.......5 1/2 years old and previously plugged and patched in the failed area.

With all due respect why did you even waste our time?
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Because OP wants data.
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Our ST tires did not fail us, but given their age it was time for new ones.
Rather than put more money down that particular hole, we decided to make a new one, buying 16" Sendel T-03 wheels and the Michelin 16" LTX-M/S2 tires.
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