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Had my trailer about 2 years now (bought it new)
Came with ST205/75-15s (believe bias, Big Tex dual axle trailer)

The some of the ribs on the tires are wearing fast (from scrub) and I've had 4 flats so far (if I towed every weekend during the non-winter months, it would be more than I tow now.)
Would some radials with a higher load range fair better, or should I just stay bias but still bump up the rating?
 

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Had my trailer about 2 years now (bought it new)
Came with ST205/75-15s (believe bias, Big Tex dual axle trailer)

The some of the ribs on the tires are wearing fast (from scrub) and I've had 4 flats so far (if I towed every weekend during the non-winter months, it would be more than I tow now.)
Would some radials with a higher load range fair better, or should I just stay bias but still bump up the rating?
What brand of tire?
 

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There's your problem. Carlise has a known history (search here) for producing shit trailer tires.
 

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I have the same size in the GY Marathons. No issues and no flats in 2 years of towing (close to 5K miles). <knocks on wood>
 

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hey mikey not sure which is better but interco is now making trailer tires be cool to have them on the rig and the trailer. they call em Trailer Trac
 
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