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Re: trailer special junk tires

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11-16-2012 04:21:49

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these tires are on regular rims, steel, modular looking ones same bolt pattern as a 1/2 ton chevy, i usually work at getting 'trailer special' tires off of the trailers, i just haven't had this trailer long enough to do it, its almost new, and still the tires just fall apart, you look at the price of them, you would think there good, but ive never had any luck with them, i also, have a 3 axle trailer with dayton rims, have lowboy tires on that, i wouldnt haul anything on mobile home tires, their junk too, but we all know that

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Nebraska Cowman

11-16-2012 04:57:28

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 Re: trailer special junk tires in reply to ericlb, 11-16-2012 04:21:49  
I've went to 14 ply. No more trouble.

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Lazy WP

11-16-2012 06:03:40

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 Re: trailer special junk tires in reply to Nebraska Cowman, 11-16-2012 04:57:28  
I bought 4 brand new 14 ply Hi Run tires, 3 years ago, for my 26 foot tandem axle stock trailer. Every one of them broke a belt. I am back to running 10 ply pickup tires. My tire guy says, that trailer tires aren't made to the same specs, and he won't sell a "cheap trailer" tire. If you want to buy the good ones, they will cost you about twice what a vehicle tire will, but they work great on trailers.

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