I've had my 13' standard with a bath for a little over a year. I tow it with my Outback and that has worked very well. The trailer is quite stable even in some strong crosswinds that we get with some regularity here in New Mexico. Being new to trailers, I realize that I have not been as attentive to speed as it seems I should be. I regularly drive a few hours at around 70. I take it I should be driving at 65. Given the 75 mph speed limit and drivers cruising at more like 85, 65 feels pretty slow!
I've read through what I can find here about tires. I've seen the Carlisle Radial Trail HD mentioned and having an 81 speed rating. Even if I stay in the 65-70 range, it seems having some headroom on the speed rating would be a good thing. Compared to what I spend on car tires, buying 2 new trailer tires would be a modest expense, more than worth it if it provides an added marginal of safety.
Looking for input and advice. Thanks!