New trailer tires?

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JL8Jeff
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New trailer tires?

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Check Etrailer.com, I think that's where I got my wheels/tires. Here's the same combo you're looking at and it looks like free shipping. They also show a stronger Kenda 8 ply tire that's more expensive.

https://www.etrailer.com/Trailer-Tires- ... 31951.html

https://www.etrailer.com/Trailer-Tires- ... 31985.html
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New trailer tires?

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I placed an order this morning through etrailers. Won’t be in stock for two weeks or so, fingers crossed!

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New trailer tires?

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JL8Jeff wrote: 06 Apr 2022, 11:05 Check Etrailer.com, I think that's where I got my wheels/tires. Here's the same combo you're looking at and it looks like free shipping. They also show a stronger Kenda 8 ply tire that's more expensive.

https://www.etrailer.com/Trailer-Tires- ... 31951.html

https://www.etrailer.com/Trailer-Tires- ... 31985.html
Thanks for the recommend of etrailer.com. Reasonably priced, no charge shipping, helpful and pleasant!

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New trailer tires?

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Re: New trailer tires?

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My trailer is 11 years old too, my tires are still looking mint. I do take them off in the winter to get them out of the sun though. If they are not weather cracked and your only making short trips I wouldn't worry too much.. but if you do have a flat someday, change them both.

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