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Get tires and wheels for your RV, camper, or motorhome from Lionshead, Taskmaster, Westlake, or Kenda. Whether you're replacing worn tires or upgrading dull rims, every assembly will deliver a long life and a stylish look.

Different styles and sizes are available to fit popular RV, camper, and motorhome manufacturers, such as Jayco, Forest River, Winnebago, Airstream, RoadTrek, and Thor. Find the right tire size for your RV, camper, or motorhome by entering the year, make, and model on the left.


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Trailer Wheel Measurements

In this video we are going to describe how to measure a trailer steel wheel. I have two examples here one is a 14 X 5-1/2, 5 on 4-1/2 bolt pattern steel wheel. This other one is a 16 X 6, 6 lug on 5 steel wheel, and the way to measure to know what size it is, on the diameter of the wheel, in other words what size tire will fit on this wheel is you want to measure from the inside to the inside where the bead seats and protrudes 60 inches. In other words thats the bead seat to the bead seat. You do not want to measure over all length from edge to edge, okay and to measure the width of the wheel. Again you will not want to measure, do not measure overall because it will show 7 inches incorrect.


How to Torque Trailer Lug Nuts FAQ

When it comes to owning a trailer, proper maintenance is a necessity. Today, we're going to be showing you how to take care of your lug nuts and how to torque them down correctly. We're going to begin by reinstalling our wheel. We're going to take our lug nuts and thread them on hand tight. The nuts are going to have a flat side and a tapered side. We want to make sure that the taper side faces the wheel. Now with our lug nuts installed hand tight, we can go ahead and torque them down to specifications from the trailer manufacturer.


How to Inspect a Trailer Wheel FAQ

When it comes to owning a trailer, there's some little things that you can do the properly maintenance your trailer. Today we're going to be looking at wheel inspection. When doing a wheel inspection, it's really important to check for weak points on your wheels. To begin our inspection, were going to to start here with our lug nuts. We're going to look around the lug nut holes and inspect to see if we see any cracks. The next thing we're going to do is we're going to go around the edge of our wheel and we're simply keeping an eye out for any chips or dents or damage that may have happened to the outer perimeter. Now keep in mind that over the life of the wheel, small chips will appear on the edge of the rim.




Tires and Wheels Videos

Review of Westlake Tires and Wheels - Tire with Wheel - 274-000019


Review of Westlake Tires and Wheels - Tire with Wheel - 274-000018


Review of Westlake Tires and Wheels - Tire with Wheel - 274-000013


Review of Taskmaster Tires and Wheels - Wheel Only - AX02665865HDBMMFL


Review of Taskmaster Tires and Wheels - Wheel Only - 460545MBPVD


Review of Goodyear Tires and Wheels - Tire Only - 724862519


Review of Taskmaster Tires and Wheels - Tire with Wheel - A16RTK8BMMFLHD


Review of Taskmaster Tires and Wheels - Tire with Wheel - AC225R645WME

Today we're going to take a look at the Contender ST225/75R15 radial trailer tire in a Load Range E on this 15 inch white modular steel trailer wheel, with a 5 on 4 1/2 inch bolt pattern. Now this tire wheel assembly is ideal for boat trailers, stock trailers, utility trailers, and campers. The wheel is a steel wheel. It's a modular design and when we say modular design that's the one that has the round holes all the way around the wheel. It's very sturdy and corrosion resistant.The wheel uses a three step finishing process which will first include a zinc phosphate bath, then they do an e-coat primer, and then a white powder coat on the outside of the wheel. And then on the back of the wheel they lightly e-coat it to help reduce friction and provide rust resistance with less flaking.The wheel does use ITR technology which is improved torque retention.


Review of Americana Tires and Wheels - Wheel Only - AM20035

Today we're going to take a look at the nine inch by four inch white, solid center, steel trailer wheel with a four on four inch bolt pattern. Now, this steel wheel has a solid center design, it's very sturdy and corrosion-resistant. They do use a white powder coat finish over an e-coat primer over the whole wheel and this wheel does meet the DOT, Department of Transportation specifications.Your dimensions on this, the diameter again is nine inches. And if we measure that, the diameter is always measured inside the inside. So if we take our tape measure and we go inside the inside, there's your nine inch diameter. Width on it is the same way, inside to inside or bead seat to bead seat.


Review of Lionshead Tires and Wheels - Wheel Only - 274-000034

Today, we're going to take a look at the Lionshead 16 inch by 6 inch Black Machine Bobcat aluminum trailer wheel with the 6 on 5 1/2 inch bolt pattern. Now this aluminum wheel's very durable, very lightweight and rustproof. It's an attractive Bobcat Series which is a six spoke design, has a machine face and lip with the black X in between the spokes. They do use an automotive grade clear coat finish on the front to help protect from scuffs and scratches. And in the lug holes, they do use the steel inserts in the lug nut wells to help keep the wheel securely in place on your trailer hub. This prevents those holes from elongating and wearing down and eliminates the need for constantly retightening of your lug nuts.


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