Where's the best deal in the So. Sacramento area for 14" trailer tires?
Well, I really don't have a heavy boat, all total I'll bet around 1500# give or take a few. 1975 Miller 19' bubble deck jet with a 460 Ford, so maybe I could get by with a lighter tire.Like 6/8 ply trailer tires? Less Scab has the great HD trailer tires, 95 each for 15's just bought 4.... Otherwise a light boat can use much cheaper radials....
Maxxis Tires just put them on my wells cargo trailer check with Americas Tire or Discount Tire same company forget those Carlise or any thing else
well i hate to say but they are the sameWell here in CA Discount tire centers and Americas tire are two different companies. But in other states they are the same. Also Discount tire centers are a so cal based company and the the furthest store north would be Fresno.
As for what tire to use they make 6ply trailer tires that would suit you good. If you want the cheapest tire go with a cheap car radial tire but remember that it well only be a 4 ply and the side will give more then a trailer tire.
Thanks for the offer but the gas would kill the savings. LOLIf you want to make a trip to Gilroy, I will give you a great deal on 5 almost new 14" radial's that I took off my trailer when I upgraded to heavier duty tires (due to the weight). They would be fine for a light boat like yours. devil
I'll check them out thanks.I highly suggest these tires. They are a little more money buy well worth it. If you google them you will find many comparisons made with them and they are definitely a step above. I have them on all my trailers. Some of the "standard" trailer tires are cheap tires made in china that "blowout" frequently on the freeway and during hot weather, kinda like when we are all going to the river on during the summer and it is 110 + degrees...
If you have a light boat you could probably get away with less tires. But for peace of mind. Besides who wants to change a tire on the side of the freeway in 110 degree weather.