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p>Heavy Duty Towing - Bias-ply tire design pre-dates radial tires by several decades. While it is an older technology there are many trailer uses where you may be better served with a bias-ply tire instead of a radial tire. An example is very heavy-duty applications in areas where there is a risk of frequent tire damage. For example, a trailer tire that is used exclusively in an urban environment where the trailer tires bump against the curbs. Hitting the curb can damage a radial tire, but a bias ply tire has a thicker sidewall and layers of nylon plies under the rubber to protect the tire more. Another example where bias-ply tires may make sense is on trailers that are used infrequently, like a boat trailer or utility trailer. If used only a few times a year, Bias ply tires may be a better option because they are generally cheaper, but still very durable. Remember that you can always replace a bias-ply tire with a radial tire, but you should never replace a radial tire with a bias-ply tire. If the trailer is designed for radial tires, it is best to stay with that type of tire for optimal performance and towing safety.
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