Posted by Brian Jasper co. Ia on January 07, 2012 at 17:19:28 from (126.96.36.199):
In Reply to: Gooseneck Tires posted by DScott on December 24, 2011 at 07:31:44:
Before you drop some $$ o tires, I'd stop by the local D.O.T. office and find out for sure if there are laws on tire types for your trailer. Just because your trailer may have had ordinary car/light truck tires when you bought it new does not mean it is/was legal. I've heard there are states and Canada that require ST tires on trailers and you will be required to put the ST tires on before you can continue. Is it fact? Since the ST tires were about the same as the car tires my trailer had, I put ST's on. Might be more $$, but all it takes is one a-hole cop to ruin an otherwise non eventful trip.
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