So my 2018 Venture dual axle trailer needed a tire from some road shrapnel last summer. The local dealer only had Power King Tow Max tires in stock, in load range E radials. The rest of my tires are Arisun bias ply load range D from the OEM. I only tow 70 miles per season so I just replaced that one and it is mismatched from the others. I stopped at my storage building and I have another flat now, road shrapnel again. So I need to replace another tire. I have time on my side now, so I started researching trailer tires. Oh boy, there are horror stories of blow outs and tread separation on every brand except maybe the updated Goodyear trailer tires. My OEM Arisun tires are still in great condition after 5 years but I am debating replacing them just due to their age. So the debate is do I just replace the flat and if so with a matching Power King and put them on the same axle so I have a pair of bias D rating and a pair of radial E rated? Or do I buy 3 more Power King so they match (many positive reviews some separation reviews)? Or do I buy just 1 Arisun radial E (or other good brand) to replace the flat and put it on the same axle as the Power King? Or just buy 4 new tires and keep researching for decent brands? I have had no issues with the OEM Arisun tires, and the reviews are ok on them. The consensus is that the good year endurance tire is the best based on rv forums with long distance hauling. Seems like only a few actual manufacturers for trailer tires, most being Chinese companies, and they label them with all the different brand names. So, recommendations on which path forward you would choose, and any specific recommendations on trailer tires? I would get load range E just to add safety margin to the weight capacity.