Change Can Be Hard!
We're all guilty of if. We get comfortable. We are used to doing things a certain way and we fight change. Even when we know that it is in our own best interest to change, we still keep doing things the way were used to.
Take our diets for example. We all know that eating more fruits and vegetables is better for us, cutting down on sugar, and only drinking in moderation. Yet, how many of us make a concerted effort to not eat that burger and fries when we go out (and leave the sugar heavy ketchup off, gasp!). We know that drinking that latte is nothing but wasted calories. We know that the pie tastes good now but won't look good on our waist later. Yet we still do it. We are used to eating a certain way, we enjoy it, and we're comfortable with it. Changing that is hard. Often times we only change these kinds of entrenched habits if we're forced to. Like if we have a life threatening illness and our doctor tells of if we don't change it could cost us our lives.
Then we'll change, when we feel we have no choice.
But why not make a change that will prevent us from ever getting to that life threatening situation? Why not eat better every day and avoid all the health problems that come from the typical American diet? Why? Because it's not easy and we are creatures of the "path of least resistance".
I can't tell you what it's going to take to improve your eating and exercise habits. Well, I could tell you my opinion, but why would you care. I'm not a nutritionist or doctor.
But I do have the knowledge to help you leave 95% of your trailer tire troubles behind on your bigger light or medium duty trailers. I have over 20 years of tire industry experience. I've worked in tire construction, sales, and design.
It will take a change on your part, though.
When you switch your trailer from 235/80R16 or 235/85R16 wheels and tires to commercial grade 19.5" wheels and 225/70R19.5 tires, you'll be making the likelihood of a tire failure almost nill.
Unlike changing your diet, this won't take daily work. All the work comes in making the decision to commit to leaving tire blowouts behind (unless you run over angle iron or some other obscene road hazards). Yes there is an initial investment, as there is with anything of value. However, the savings you'll experience over the years will prove to be invaluable to you. You'll save on replacement tires, down time, trailer and property damage, and (in most cases) fuel economy. The improved safety is unquestionably one of the main benefits.
In short, you won't regret making this investment into yourself, your property, and your family's safety.
Have questions? No problem. Just drop me an email and I'd be happy to answer any questions you have. If our product isn't right for you, don't worry, we'll tell you so.
Let's keep working to make changes for the better, today. It might not always be easy to do so but the benefits are long lasting and immediately evident.
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