rideandfly Posted June 10, 2022 Share Posted June 10, 2022 3 hours ago, SeaDawg said: There are so many factors built into our Ollies that provide that stability and handling. Tires, certainly, are a part of it. Cheap tires can certainly mess up a good plan, right? A few years ago, I was thinking I'd be trading my Silverado soon, and since I usually don't leave the county, just use it for short trips around town and trips to the lumber yard, garden center, and mulch yard, I bought cheaper tires for the first time in my life. Totally false economy. They were horrid in rain (despite reviews), wore quickly, and I was glad a few years later to find pirelli at tires on sale. Never again. Yep, had the same experience with tires on a 87 Toyota pickup. Find myself looking at SOB trailers to see what kind of tires they come with new. When we first saw an Oliver during 2010, we loved how the Ollie looked, but it goes much deeper, tires are just one area that makes our Ollies great campers! 5 1 Bill #75 LE2 Tundra Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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