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Has a tire failed on your Airstream in the past 5 years – Yes. 144 50.17%
Has a tire failed on your Airstream in the past 5 years – No. 145 50.52%
Reason for tire failure: Valve stem leak/failure. 6 2.09%
Reason for tire failure: Bubble in sidewall. 17 5.92%
Reason for tire failure: Bubble in tread area. 9 3.14%
Reason for tire failure: Belt/tread slipped, but still relatively intact. 16 5.57%
Reason for tire failure: Tread separated, but still partially attached to tire body. 28 9.76%
Reason for tire failure: Tread completely separated, but tire body still inflated. 12 4.18%
Reason for tire failure: Blowout, sidewall. 16 5.57%
Reason for tire failure: Blowout, with tread separation. 57 19.86%
Reason for tire failure: Other reason(s), not stated above. 18 6.27%
Ambient/outdoor temperature when tire failure occurred or was noticed: Subfreezing to freezing temperatures. Note: Please, select only one “ambient/outdoor temperature”. 1 0.35%
Ambient/outdoor temperature: Freezing to 70-degrees Fahrenheit. 24 8.36%
Ambient/outdoor temperature: 70 to 90-degrees Fahrenheit. 80 27.87%
Ambient/outdoor temperature: 90 to 110-degrees Fahrenheit. 37 12.89%
Ambient/outdoor temperature: 110+ degrees Fahrenheit. 1 0.35%
The tire failed: Before driving. Note: Please, select only one “tire failure time”. 10 3.48%
The tire failed: While driving. 111 38.68%
The tire failed: After driving. 18 6.27%
Number of axles on your Airstream: 1. Note: Please, select only one “number of axles” response. 45 15.68%
Number of axles on your Airstream: 2. 157 54.70%
Number of axles on your Airstream: 3. 11 3.83%
Position of tire that failed: Axle #1 (front or single axle), left side. Note: Please, select all “failed tire positions” that apply. 48 16.72%
Position of tire that failed: Axle #1 (front or single axle), right side. 64 22.30%
Position of tire that failed: Axle #2, left side. 31 10.80%
Position of tire that failed: Axle #2, right side. 39 13.59%
Position of tire that failed: Axle #3, left side. 4 1.39%
Position of tire that failed: Axle #3, right side. 5 1.74%
Did a road hazard, hitch failure or vehicle accident cause or contribute to the tire failure: Yes. 10 3.48%
Did a road hazard, hitch failure or vehicle accident cause or contribute to the tire failure: No. 113 39.37%
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. 131 45.64%
Number of tires that failed during the original incident: 1. Note: Please, select only one “number of tires that failed during original incident” response. 119 41.46%
Number of tires that failed during the original incident: 2. 15 5.23%
Number of tires that failed during the original incident: 3. 5 1.74%
Number of tires that failed during the original incident: 4 or more. 3 1.05%
Number of additional tires that failed within 30 days or 1,000 miles of the original incident: 1. Note: Please, select only one “number of additional tires, within 30 days or 1,000 miles” response. 20 6.97%
Number of additional tires that failed within 30 days or 1,000 miles: 2. 4 1.39%
Number of additional tires that failed within 30 days or 1,000 miles: 3. 1 0.35%
Number of additional tires that failed within 30 days or 1,000 miles: 4 or more. 0 0%
Number of additional tires that failed within 12 months or 12,000 miles of the original incident: 1. Note: Please, select only one “number of additional tires, within 12 months or 12,000 miles” response. 11 3.83%
Number of additional tires that failed within 12 months or 12,000 miles: 2. 3 1.05%
Number of additional tires that failed within 12 months or 12,000 miles: 3. 4 1.39%
Number of additional tires that failed within 12 months or 12,000 miles: 4 or more. 2 0.70%
Type of tire that failed: ST. Note: Please, select only one “type of tire that failed” response. 112 39.02%
Type of tire that failed: LT. 4 1.39%
Type of tire that failed: Other/unknown. 8 2.79%
Tire size of failed tire: 215/75. Note: Please, select only one “tire size”. 13 4.53%
Tire size: 225/75. 109 37.98%
Tire size: 235/75. 16 5.57%
Tire size: Other. 4 1.39%
Wheel size of failed tire: 14 inch. Note: Please, select only one “wheel size”. 16 5.57%
Wheel size: 15 inch. 136 47.39%
Wheel size: 16 inch. 8 2.79%
Wheel size: Other. 0 0%
Load range of tire that failed: C. Note: Please, select only one “load range”. 15 5.23%
Load range: D. 90 31.36%
Load range: E. 32 11.15%
Load range: Other. 3 1.05%
Normal tire pressure for tire that failed: 36 psi or less. Note: Please, select only one “normal tire pressure” response. 0 0%
Normal tire pressure: 36-44 psi. 4 1.39%
Normal tire pressure: 50 psi. 26 9.06%
Normal tire pressure: 55-60 psi. 25 8.71%
Normal tire pressure: 65 psi. 87 30.31%
Normal tire pressure: 72 psi. 5 1.74%
Normal tire pressure: 80 psi. 15 5.23%
Normal tire pressure: 80+ psi. 0 0%
Tire was inflated to “normal tire pressure” above, at time of failure. 111 38.68%
Tire was inflated to a lower pressure. 6 2.09%
Tire was inflated to a higher pressure. 1 0.35%
Tire pressure was unknown at time of failure. 5 1.74%
Manufacturer of failed tire: BG Goodrich. Note: Please, select only one “manufacturer of failed tire” response. 6 2.09%
Manufacturer of failed tire: Carlisle. 21 7.32%
Manufacturer of failed tire: Goodyear Marathon. 100 34.84%
Manufacturer of failed tire: Goodyear (other than Marathon). 0 0%
Manufacturer of failed tire: Greenball. 2 0.70%
Manufacturer of failed tire: Maxxis. 4 1.39%
Manufacturer of failed tire: Michelin. 2 0.70%
Manufacturer of failed tire: Towmax. 8 2.79%
Manufacturer of failed tire: Other. 13 4.53%
Manufacturing country of failed tire: Canada. Note: Please, select only one “manufacturing country” response. 11 3.83%
Manufacturing country: China. 50 17.42%
Manufacturing country: Europe. 0 0%
Manufacturing country: Mexico. 1 0.35%
Manufacturing country: Other Far Eastern Countries (e.g., Japan, Taiwan, Korea, Malaysia, etc.). 3 1.05%
Manufacturing country: USA. 14 4.88%
Manufacturing country: Other/unknown. 51 17.77%
Tire age at failure: Less than 1 year. Note: Please, select only one “tire age” response. 9 3.14%
Tire age: 1-2 years. 29 10.10%
Tire age: 2-3 years. 39 13.59%
Tire age: 3-4 years. 42 14.63%
Tire age: 4-5 years. 13 4.53%
Tire age: 5-6 years. 8 2.79%
Tire age: 6-7 years. 10 3.48%
Tire age: More than 7 years. 7 2.44%
Tire age: Unknown. 1 0.35%
Tire mileage at failure: Less than 1,000 miles. Note: Please, select only one “tire mileage” response. 2 0.70%
Tire mileage: 1,000-5,000 miles. 38 13.24%
Tire mileage: 5,000-10,000 miles. 56 19.51%
Tire mileage: 10,000-15,000 miles. 22 7.67%
Tire mileage: 15,000-20,000 miles. 2 0.70%
Tire mileage: More than 20,000 miles. 13 4.53%
Tire mileage: Unknown. 20 6.97%
Was the failed tire balanced by the tire installer: Yes. 102 35.54%
Was the failed tire balanced by the tire installer: No (or unknown). 29 10.10%
Did the tire that failed use a dynamic balancing device (Centramatic or similar): Yes. 25 8.71%
Did the tire that failed use a dynamic balancing device: No. 80 27.87%
Parking surface for failed tire during extended storage (longer than 30 days): Concrete. Note: Please, select only one “parking surface” response. 42 14.63%
Parking surface: Asphalt. 24 8.36%
Parking surface: Gravel or dirt. 57 19.86%
Parking surface: Wood. 8 2.79%
Parking surface: Synthetic material (rubber, plastic, etc.). 1 0.35%
Parking surface: Other. 9 3.14%
Cost of roadside assistance, towing, etc. due to tire failure: $0 Note: Please, include costs reimbursed by insurance. However, do not include tires, wheels, etc. Also, please select only one “cost of roadside assistance...” response. 79 27.53%
Cost of roadside assistance, towing, etc.: Up to $100. 19 6.62%
Cost of roadside assistance, towing, etc.: $100 - $500. 16 5.57%
Cost of roadside assistance, towing, etc.: $500 - $1,000. 1 0.35%
Cost of roadside assistance, towing, etc.: $1,000 - $5000. 2 0.70%
Cost of roadside assistance, towing, etc.: More than $5,000. 0 0%
Cost of replacement tire, wheel, shipping, ext warranty, mount/balance, etc. due to tire failure: $0 Note: Please include cost reimbursed by insurance. Also, please select only one “cost of replacement tire, wheel, etc.” response. 13 4.53%
Cost of replacement tire, wheel, shipping, etc.: Up to $250. 86 29.97%
Cost of replacement tire, wheel, shipping, etc.: $250 - $500. 16 5.57%
Cost of replacement tire, wheel, shipping, etc.: $500 - $1,000. 8 2.79%
Cost of replacement tire, wheel, shipping, etc.: $1,000 - $2,000. 3 1.05%
Cost of replacement tire, wheel, shipping, etc.: $2,000-$3,000. 1 0.35%
Cost of replacement tire, wheel, shipping, etc.: More than $3,000. 1 0.35%
Additional damage to your Airstream, if any: None. 81 28.22%
Additional damage to your Airstream: Minor cosmetic damage, not repaired. 20 6.97%
Additional damage to your Airstream: Functional damage to other tires, wheels, suspension parts, etc., repaired/replaced. 8 2.79%
Additional damage to your Airstream: Functional damage affecting safety, including brake lines/parts, electrical wiring, propane lines, etc., repaired/replaced. 5 1.74%
Additional damage to your Airstream: Major damage to exterior or interior of Airstream, including body panels, rock guards, hot water heater, refrigerator, etc. 19 6.62%
Additional damage: Damage to tow or other vehicles. 0 0%
Additional damage: Personal injury, property or other damage not usually associated with tire failure. 0 0%
Cost of additional damage to Airstream: $0 (no damage). Note: Please, select only one “cost of additional damage to Airstream” response. 61 21.25%
Cost of additional damage to Airstream: Up to $100 (estimate, if not repaired). 8 2.79%
Cost of additional damage to Airstream: $100 - $500 (estimate, if not repaired). 9 3.14%
Cost of additional damage to Airstream: $500 - $1,000 (estimate, if not repaired). 7 2.44%
Cost of additional damage to Airstream: $1,000 - $5000 (estimate, if not repaired). 13 4.53%
Cost of additional damage to Airstream: $5000 - $10,000 (estimate, if not repaired). 2 0.70%
Cost of additional damage to Airstream: More than $10,000 (estimate, if not repaired). 1 0.35%
Cost of personal injury, property, tow vehicle or other damage associated with tire failure: $0 (no other damage). Note: Please, select only one “cost of other damage” response. 68 23.69%
Cost of other damage: Up to $100. 2 0.70%
Cost of other damage: $100 - $500. 0 0%
Cost of other damage: $500 - $1,000. 0 0%
Cost of other damage: $1,000 - $5000. 0 0%
Cost of other damage: $5000 - $10,000. 0 0%
Cost of other damage: More than $10,000. 0 0%
Did your tow vehicle also experience TIRE damage in conjunction with the tire failure on your Airstream: Yes. 1 0.35%
Did your tow vehicle also experience TIRE damage in conjunction with the tire failure on your Airstream: No. 130 45.30%
My Airstream is towed on: Interstate and multilane highways. 178 62.02%
My Airstream is towed on: State and other improved two-lane highways, with shoulders. 161 56.10%
My Airstream is towed on: Mostly paved and well-maintained lesser-used "backroads". 88 30.66%
My Airstream is towed on: Poorly/minimally maintained backroads and offroad. 27 9.41%
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Old 01-10-2013, 12:51 PM   #43
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I don't know that any tire is made without steel belts anymore.


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Do you mean radial tires?
I dont think bias tires are steel belted.
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I run the P metric Michlen tires on my 25'trailer and am confident with them. But not on a 32' with Al wheels and 65 inflation pressure. I think you need load range D tires. I put GYM on mine because I only pull it a few hundred miles a year. If I traveled in it I would look hard for a LT load range D tire of some brand.
In your case a bias ply tire would have been a better choice because of less cost and heavier sidewall, I would think.
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Unfortunately this very detailed poll will be inconclusive as it does not address the success rate of various brands in use, only the number of failures and their causes. It will thus show the greatest number of failures on the most common original tires (Goodyear Marathons)
Lets have a poll of people having blowouts with Michelin tires.
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I had to post "NO" failures on the ST tires because I only towed the trailer from the dealer in Los Angeles to Phoenix (about 450 miles). At that point in time, the trailer was about three months old from build completion date.

Having started reading the "tire issues" threads on this forum before taking delivery of the trailer, I was aware of the "ST" tires issues and immediately changed all five tires to Michelin LTX (P) 235/75R15 XL on the factory 15" wheels to preclude the chance of the notorious "ST" tire issues.
Same here, when I bought my camper it had brand new chineese ST tires. I puller it home 450mi and imediately removed and sold the tires. I put on new 15" LT tires. To me that was cheap insurance. A blowout could easily total out my trailer.
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Do you mean radial tires?
I dont think bias tires are steel belted.
It appears that most radials have steel belts and some bias tires ("belted bias") may have them. Depends on brand. Since most light trucks, cars and travel trailers use radials, steel cord is probable.

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I know my blowen out tire had steel belts because the back tire was full of short pieces of steel wire embedded in the treads.I worried that this would cause a failure on that tire as we still had about 800 miles to travel to get home.
I replaced all 4 tires with 10 ply tires that have a pressure recommendation of 80 psi.
I felt very confident on our trip last fall.
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Question Do I deduct correctly?........

....that the majority of tire failures occur on the rear axle of 2&3 axle trailers.

Note that single and dual axle trailer's are combined on one question, there should have been a separate question for the front axle on a dual, rather than combine it with single axle unit's.

Am I missing something?

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One of the things this poll doesn't measure is those of us who originally responded, replaced the tires, and have had another failure in the replacement tires. I'm sure the numbers would be even higher that what are shown and what is missing in this survey is the success rate of the replacements. Obviously most of have started with Marathons. What you don't see here is the failure of my Maxxis tires, nor will you see how my Michelin tires hold up. In hindsight it probably would have been better to have a poll for each brand of tire.

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Jcanavera highlights one of the other limitations of the underlying software; i.e., the inability for one person to add multiple poll entries.

After two of my three original GYMs failed, I purchased one Carlisle and two Maxxis ST tires before buying two Michelin XPS Ribs (16-inch LT). One of the Maxxis ST's also failed, but I was unable to add any information on the five additional tires I purchased.

OMG, I just realized I have had 8 tires on my Bambi since it was new in 2005. If it had come with 16-inch Michelin LTX M/S tires on it from the factory, I would probably just now be replacing the original two tires due to age.

By the way, if someone else would like to create a couple of polls for "non-GYM" replacement tires, "non-ST" replacements, and Michelin 15-inch XL and 16-inch LT tires, I'd be glad to add my data to their poll.
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Additional analysis of tire failure data

The following additional information was derived from tire failure poll data recently, and I thought some might find this interesting.

Note: "tire age = # of tire failures reported"

GYM
0-1 = 3
1-2 = 10
2-3 = 14
3-4 = 25
4-5 = 7
5-6 = 6
6-7 = 5
7+ = 1

BF Goodrich
0-1 = 0
1-2 = 1
2-3 = 1
3-4 = 1
4-5 = 1
5-6 = 0
6-7 = 0
7+ = 0

Carlisle
0-1 = 0
1-2 = 3
2-3 = 3
3-4 = 1
4-5 = 0
5-6 = 0
6-7 = 0
7+ = 1

Greenball
0-1 = 0
1-2 = 0
2-3 = 1
3-4 = 0
4-5 = 0
5-6 = 0
6-7 = 0
7+ = 0

Michelin
0-1 = 0
1-2 = 0
2-3 = 0
3-4 = 0
4-5 = 0
5-6 = 0
6-7 = 0
7+ = 1

Towmax
0-1 = 0
1-2 = 0
2-3 = 1
3-4 = 1
4-5 = 0
5-6 = 0
6-7 = 0
7+ = 0

Other/Unknown
0-1 = 0
1-2 = 4
2-3 = 0
3-4 = 1
4-5 = 1
5-6 = 1
6-7 = 1
7+ = 1
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No tire failures. Just replaced 7 year old GYM's. I do fill them with Nitrogen, and I do use a Tire Pressure Monitor System.
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Check before you go and when you get home..

Thought I'd share photo of Carlisle ST 225/75 R15 that had failed near end of last trip, but not noticed. Parked with problem area on ground, and noticed only bulging tread which on radials should have been flatter.. Prior to 250 mile Round trip on freeways in CA with temps over 100, pulled out of home-side storage and removed tire for better look.. Nearly gagged.. Happily, America's Tire had more in stock, and purchased new one to replace this 7+ year old model, which was in same location (right front) as failed GYM which led to purchase of set of Carlisle's in 2006. Axle may be out of alignment on that side, or tread may have flat-spotted in heavy braking without notice, leading to overheat and separation. Tires don't "squeal" when skidding, and brake could have been out of adjustment...

Moral is to check carefully before driving off, as tire held pressure and looked fine except for extra curvature in tread surface.. Would have been nasty blowout on freeway in 100+ degree heat if I hadn't replaced... Second moral is to carry a spare, even if it needs to ride in tow vehicle, so ERS can get you going again... Third moral is to carry blocks and a jack so you can get yourself going if ERS isn't available, or you are beyond cell service to call for help...
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7 years is pushing the envelope on trailer tires. I've lost 3 tires with slipped belts. Luckily all were found when the trailer was in the drive. 1 was lost near the end of year 4 of use. The other 2 were lost in year 3. Tire pressures were watched closely so it was no under inflation situation. We went to LT tires about a year ago. They will be replaced at the end of season 5 hopefully. Prior to my last 2 failures, I've always replaced on a 5 year cycle.

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7 Years is too long

I had a blow out on a GYM with less than 5000 miles on the set that looked like new. I was on the interstate around 65 MPH with the temp. around 95. My AS has always been stored inside since it was new other than when it was on the dealer's lot and when it has been out for a trip which has been maybe 30 days of camping. Even though they looked like new, and were at 65 lbs. pressure they were 6 years old. When I returned home I put a new set of tires on.

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