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If you are looking to dress up your trailer, Trailer Tire Warehouse has overstock aluminum trailer wheels that they are blowing out at $67 a wheel. Sizes are 14", 15" & 16" wheels in various bolt patterns. Wheels are new, never mounted Mirage OEM trailer wheels. Shipped UPS. Great source for trailer tires & wheels.
 

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dont ya love the 1post wonders?
 

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Does everyone know that the 5 hole patern on enclosed trailors are the same as Ford? I have Explorer rims on one and Ranger 4wd on the other!
 

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Yeah I kinda messed up last year! I had the Explorer rims and 215 trailor tires on my big trailor, and I lost the complete axel out the back! I put new axels, rims and tires on! 235 15's and now with 4 long track, big sleds, the tires hit the bottom of the deck!
 

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i just got a 24' pace... cant find stock load range for the wheels.... the trailer is in great shape but apparently the guy who had it before me had no spatial recognition skills... every wheel is dented and bent up:laugh:

id like to dress it up and put some aluminum wheels on it but ive seen alum wheels come apart on the freeway and i dont want my junk flying apart at 75 miles an hour


EDIT: who am i kidding??? im pulling w/ an 05 avalanche.... im not gonna be doing 75 on the freeway
 

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The Ford?Nissan patern stock oem rims are rated alot higher and heavier than your trailers!
Again I have the 15X5.5 Ranger 4x4 on one trailer and the Explorer 15x6 on the other!
 

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I'm needing tires!!! I had a blow-out this summer on my boat trailer; realizing just because the tread is good, doesn't mean age doesn't take into the equation. I've had my snowmobile trailer for almost two years and being an older trailer. I have no idea when the tires were changed? I absolutely do not want to experience a blow-out with this trailer. Not only would it be In snow, and cold weather, it's not a pleasant axle to get to (way underneath the trailer) =-)
 
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