What load range tire do I need for my trailer?
Most boat trailer tires have a load range of B, C, or D.
If a tire has load range C, it can carry 1,820 pounds.
If it’s on a single-axle trailer, this means both tires can carry a total of 3,640 pounds, which includes the weight of the trailer, the boat, the engine, fuel, and anything else inside the boat.
What are the best tires for my travel trailer?
Best RV Tires Comparison
|No||RV Tires||Speed Rating|
|1||Goodyear Unisteel G614||L|
|2||Goodyear Wrangler Silent Armor||R|
|3||Michelin XPS RIB||R|
|4||Boto Tyres BT926||M|
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Is Load Range E better than D?
Load range D has a capacity of 1,220 lbs at 65 psi, whereas load range E has a capacity of 1,520 lbs at 80 psi. Basically the only difference between the two is the weight capacity.
How much weight can a Load Range E tire carry?
The Load Range C BFGoodrich tire (manufactured by Michelin) is rated at 2,470 at 50 psi and weighs 44 pounds, while the same tire in Load Range E is rated at 3,195 pounds at 80 psi and weighs 52 pounds.
Do trailer tires need to be balanced?
Yes, they do need to be balanced. Most trailers don’t need the tires balanced, because most trailers are not on the road long enough to show the effects of out-of-balance tires, they fall apart long before it is evident. If you had a utillity trailer you may not want to balance the tires.
How long do travel trailer tires last?
around 5 years