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    Default 20.5/8.0x10E tires

    I bought a used tandem axle trailer with load range C tires that are weather checked and I have been getting flats running gravel roads. I am hoping that new range E tires will straighten things up a bit . I'm wanting to buy 4 of these and am wondering if someone has a line on where to get them at a decent price. Six Roblees has them but they are already mounted on 5 hole rims and my rims are 4 hole. They have them cheap online but shipping is the deal breaker. Thanks
    Mike

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    Most Anchorage freight companies flat rate the load if it under 200 pounds or so for about $65 a shipment. But I doubt this is low enough to save you any money.

    Have you tried Trailer Craft? They are usually cheaper than 6 Roblees

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    CC Skidoo has them, won't put anything else on from what they told me. I ran a set for 6 yrs, many trips over the Denali highway before I had to replace them. There isn't a better tire of that size and style anywhere. Carlilies Suck!

    Kurt

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    Default Thanks for the input guys!

    I'll give trailercraft and team cc a call.

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    Default Tire pressure

    Lot of flat tires are caused by too much air in the tire.......too hard!
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