i have a 3 axle home built trailer with those axles under it, it was built in the early '70's mobile home use tires are just that, use them once or twice and thats it, mine got replaced with 'lowboy use' tires way back, and we have had good luck with them, as mentioned below keeping them inflated to the max pressure is criticle to there lasting, ive blown a few but now its time itself thats getting them, 2 of the ones left are 10 to 12 years old now, and need replacing, we also went in and replaced the wheel bearings with good quality ones as well as the wheel seals, 0 problems with those, your trailer will be fine if you spend the money for the low boy tires
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