something to think on, might do some investigating ,park the trailer on hard level ground, jack up 1 wheel at a time on the trailer, stand a large deep socket upright next to the tire almost touching it, slowly rotate the wheel/tire as you watch the distance between the socket and the wheel/tire assembly mark the worst one , then do it again only with the socket in front of the tire tread, again watch the distance between the socket and the tire tread, i almost gaurentee this will find you something, all tires are out of round a little, but you will be able to spot anything big this way and narrow it down, , may only need 1 wheel or tire replaced,indecently when you jack up the wheel, if it rotates by itself without any help, that unit is very much out of balance, you just found 1 of the problems
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