Originally Posted by Action
Technically they are not trailer tires. No ST designation.
Would be interesting if Airstream knew about it. Then the seller would change the title to be "Not Airstream"
In my opinion, he is a little bit across the line calling them "airstream tires".
The real question is; Why would anyone want to put a bias tire on their airstream? 700-15 bias was probably OE fitment years ago but, unless you are restoring to absolutely original, don't buy bias tires.
Radial steel belt packages stand up very well to impacts, they turn nails better, the thinner sidewalls build up less heat, their load rating is higher (LRD @ 2540 vs. 2335lbs), & they will give a smoother ride due to sidewall flex. Heat buildup also means you will get less miles out of the tire. Those tires would look good on my farm wagon but, not on my Sovereign
Michelin had a great idea years ago and to the best of my knowledge, it works everywhere except in extreme off road situations where you might cut the sidewall thru. Incidently, I watch my turns very close to not impact a curb with my trailer tires and damage a sidewall.