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Re: trailer house tires

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08-15-2012 10:32:39

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need to blow them up to max inflation, that will keep them from blowing out, heat kills those tires real bad

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08-15-2012 11:47:01

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 Re: trailer house tires in reply to bg/mo, 08-15-2012 10:32:39  
Thanks,I'll watch that, dad was always one of those blow them up till they looked right types, so they were probably always low. I havent pulled the thing on the hyway in probably four or five years,but i'll be sure and check them before i drag it home. tires were all good then but I'll have to see how weathered they are now. I can borrow a trailer easy enough but i dont like to when i have a trailer we supposedly had built just for this.Six or seven trailers here not counting boat trailers and they all, like everything else ,need tires.

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Dick W.

08-15-2012 12:29:07

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 Re: trailer house tires in reply to jackinok, 08-15-2012 11:47:01  
In Pa, if the tires says "mobile home only", they are not legal on the highway for anything else.
There are tires in 14.5 that are for utility trailers and are DOT rated.

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08-15-2012 13:22:47

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 Re: trailer house tires in reply to Dick W., 08-15-2012 12:29:07  
thanks, never even gave a thought to the dot. these tires definitly came off a mobile home, dad used to buy every one he could find at auctions and things.

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08-20-2012 18:21:21

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 Re: trailer house tires in reply to jackinok, 08-15-2012 13:22:47  
Carlisle makes DOT rated tires for 14.5" wheels. Load ranges from d-g I believe.

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