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Re: Best gooseneck trailer tires

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hd6gtom

08-12-2017 20:35:20




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G1355. X tire dealer here. Need a little more info. What size are the tires? Are you running radials? How much gravel are you running? Post back




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G1355

08-13-2017 11:12:25




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 Re: Best gooseneck trailer tires in reply to hd6gtom, 08-12-2017 20:35:20  
St235 80r 16s goodyears run some gravel probably 20 percent of the time other 80 is running 60mph highway basically just haul to tractor pulls aND tractor rides, when I haul skidloader it's mainky gravel but for most part tractors on trailer



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hd6gtom

08-14-2017 07:40:16




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 Re: Best gooseneck trailer tires in reply to G1355, 08-13-2017 11:12:25  
Sounds like you do a lot of traveling with your trailer. I know this is pricy, but do you have the room to convert the trailer to 17" tires and rims? We converted dozens is trailers to this setup in the last 5 years I was in the tire business. Boys went from having 1 or 2 flats a week to perhaps 1 a year. The 17 inch are 14 or 16 ply tubless and very heavy. We spun balanced every one of them. Things must have changed in the past 10 years. In the 22 years I was in the tire business, I never saw a speed rating on a trailer tire. I do not remember anyone having a tire separation with the 17" rubber.

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G1355

08-14-2017 10:53:32




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 Re: Best gooseneck trailer tires in reply to hd6gtom, 08-14-2017 07:40:16  
I'm sure I could if tires weren't any taller, because there close to deck as of now not sure what they call it but my trailer sits lower than a normal one was little bit more money



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