RockerNJ said:While installing my electric brakes yesterday, I noticed my tires were getting some cracking on the sidewalls, so I just bought some new wheels.
Current: Duro ST175/80D13, Bias Ply, Load C
Replacing with: Kenda Karrier ST175/80R13, Radial ply, Load D, mounted on white wheels.
$189.90 shipped from eTrailer. Not bad I suppose.
Edit: I always hated the idea of leaving the trailer sit on the tires for the winter (flat spotting and all). Now, I suppose I can put the old tires on it when it's going to sit for the winter. Good/Bad idea? Pls discuss...