Trailer Tires

Quality tires for your boat, utility or camper trailer.

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DON’T LET YOUR TRAILER HOLD YOU BACK.

We stock quality trailer tires that give your boat, camper or utility trailer the safest and smoothest ride possible.

Trailer Tires are a special service tire used for utility trailers, boats and travel trailers. A free-rolling, heavy-duty constructed tire with a greater load range and tire pressure than the common passenger tire, these specially designed tires are typically stiffer and narrower to help with the demands of the tasks the tire is expected to accomplish, such as sway reduction, towing stability, and a cooler tire, resulting in a longer lifespan. Trailer Tires are not to be used on cars and trucks.

Maintain a smooth and safe ride with your trailer tires. Check out our tips for trailer tires below.

Read trailer tire tips

Carlisle

Radial Trail HD

A best-in-class trailer tire, radial construction and variable pitch design promotes tire stability and reduces excessive heat build-up, increasing tire life. Tire profile and tread compound formulation create lower rolling resistance and increased fuel mileage. Equipped with the DuraTrail high strength belt package and HeatShield heat resistant compounding technologies. A proven leader both in field tests and in independent laboratory testing.


Size Attribute Price
ST175/80R13 C/6P $85.16
ST175/80R13 D/8P $95.83
ST185/80R13 C/6P $89.22
ST185/80R13 D/8P $109.55
ST205/75R14 C/6P $107.50
ST205/75R14 D/8P $120.94
ST215/75R14 C/6P $115.92
ST205/75R15 C/6P $113.66
ST205/75R15 D/8P $119.98
ST225/75R15 C/6P $136.48
ST225/75R15 D/8P $138.72
ST225/75R15 E/10P $151.47
ST235/80R16 E/10P $174.03
ST235/85R16 E/10P $208.33
ST235/85R16 F/12P $213.42

Gooderide

STZC

Double steel belts for enhanced strength help resist punctures and promote vehicle towing stability. Long life and low rolling resistance compound to offer long original treadwear and to promote fuel economy. Full nylon cap available in all sizes for improved uniformity and durability.


Size Attribute Price
ST 175/80R13 C/6 $64.97
ST 205/75R14 C/6 $80.16
ST 205/75R15 D/8 $82.47
ST 215/75R14 C/6 $87.31
ST 225/75R15 E/10 $109.98

Crosswind

L780

Strong performing trailer tire that promotes water evacuation and helps prevent hydroplaning. The tread design significantly reduces noise and provides a quiet and comfortable ride.


Size Attribute Price
ST 235/85R16 G/14 $291.38

TIRE TIPS FOR TRAILER AND RV DRIVERS



How do I know if my trailer tires are good?

It’s a good idea to check your tires, including the spare, at the beginning of the season and before every trip for:

  1. Ozone Cracking - This happens on the sidewalls due to sun and weather damage.
  2. Unusual Wear Signs - Look for any unusual cuts, bulges or signs of puncture.
  3. Flat Spotting - A part of the tire is softer or harder than the rest of the tire from being pressed against a hard object for too long.
  4. Proper Inflation - Tires lose air over time and an underinflated trailer tire won’t look underinflated due to its stiff sidewalls, so use a tire gauge to be sure you’re at the right PSI.
  5. Load - Make sure you’re within your maximum cargo load capacity for your trailer or RV or you could have a blowout.

How should I store my trailer tires?

At the end of your season, be sure to follow these easy steps to help ensure your trailer or RV tires are safe and ready to roll next year:

  1. Load Capacity - Unload supplies so that the tires are supporting the minimum weight.
  2. Parking - Use blocks to support the vehicle and remove weight from your tires. If you can, park on wood because cement and concrete absorb moisture from the tires.
  3. Proper Inflation - Keep your tires inflated to the recommended PSI so they don’t weaken from sitting flat.
  4. Location - Store your vehicle in a cool, dry space where the tires won’t be subject to direct sunlight. Covers can also be used to protect tires from moisture and the sun’s damaging UV rays.

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