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  1. Don't sell it short in some color, either.
  2. That little rig will ruin you πŸ˜‡.
  3. That was the word a couple months ago...
  4. Makes sense if you aren't pulling it more than an hour or so, with any regularity. Would give me hives pulling one from Kansas City.
  5. Other option is to drill a hole in the cavity, and run the guard out the side of the mold. Sounds nuts, but it works.
  6. It's impressive. We saw them open TR in the summer a few years back, for some kind of maintenance. For nice pics and video, since we happened to be at the hatchery when they did it.
  7. I had Marathons on my first Ranger (1997 462) as OEM, never saw a reason to run anything else. Put a couple sets on that boat...single axle, plus I pulled it a lot. A lot, a lot. The set I swapped out on the 521 in '18 still had great tread. Just didn't fully trust 13 year old tires, for obvious reasons. Still have one as a spare, in fact. The Endurance is a much more "solid" tire. Trailer doesn't jump around as much off bumps or at highway speed, or in wind. Better towing experience generally. Price isn't much worse than some other quality trailer tires.
  8. Endurance info. USA made, unlike the new Marathons. https://www.goodyear.com/en-US/tires/endurance-trailer-tire
  9. The Marathons were fantastic tires. Ran the originals on the barge for 13 years (garaged, of course). The newer version of the Marathon isn't the same critter. At all. That's why I went to the Endurance.
  10. Six of one, half dozen of another, unfortunately.
  11. Might as well start the stopwatch...
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