I am wandering if 2 new tires and rims would make it on a featherlite trailer carrying one harleydavidson touring bike. approx. 1200 miles each way . thanks for the info.
asked by: Eddie
In order to pick out the correct tires and wheels for a trailer you are going to need to know some information on your trailer first. First thing you will want to know is the bolt pattern of the hubs on your trailer. I attached an FAQ article on how to determine this for you to check out. This way you will be able to pick out a wheel that will fit on the hubs.
Next thing you will want to know is the weight capacity of your trailer so you can pick out rims and tires that have enough capacity for the trailer. There should be a badge or plate near the coupler of the trailer that has this information.
Next, you will want to know what size rims and tires are on your trailer that you are replacing. It will be a good idea to stick with this size so that you will know that you have enough clearance for the wheel and tire.
I attached an FAQ on trailer tires for you to check out.
expert reply by: Jameson C
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