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185EZ

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Different kind of trailer
20' cargo trailer
Need new tires.
Anyone buy the combo packages on ebay?
I hate the look of my trailer tires anyway
I can get wheels and tires and higher load rating cheaper than what Discount will sell me new tires for.
This is the trailer.
DJI_0001 by 185 EZ, on Flickr

I was looking at these.
Load D chrome wheels and tires for $92 each shipped.
5 year warranty
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Trailer-Tire-Rim-ST205-75R15-Load-Range-D-15X6-5-4-5-Directional-Chrome-3-30CB/183607437294?ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT&_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649

Got all 4 for $292 shipped
 
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grumpy88

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I would go load range E . To me tire date matters most of all . I have given up on buying a specific brand .
 

yankcan0

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I would stay away from the China Bombs. Go with the Goodyear Endurance. I just purchased 5 ST225/75R15. They are E rated for 87MPH. They will typically fit a 15"x6" wheel.
 

Waffles

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I've had better luck with China bombs than I have with big brands. Our dump trailer runs Sailuns and my moho is getting a set of 6 S637's thrown on on Friday.

I buy them on Simpletire.com

No one has been able to come close or beat them price wise


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02HoWaRd26

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Check eTrailer I’ve had some stellar deals from there and they offer a warranty
 

NicPaus

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Yep. Etrailer for the combos or Simpletire for just tires.
 

alohajeff

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Redneck Trailer Supply is a nationwide chain that has some decent tire/wheel combos available. Don't let the name of the company fool you... Redneck is legit. I had a set of tires/wheels shipped to Idaho for the drive back to SoCal and their prices were excellent and the tires/wheels very good. They have a Good / Better / Best option with good warranty options available.

http://www.redneck-trailer.com/CodeRed/TireWarranty.aspx

Aloha
 
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