Trailer tyres for sale are designed with stronger sidewalls than an equivalent car one, which means less flex and less trailer sway from side-to-side when going around corners or driving through cross-winds.
The sizes of trailer tires on a vehicle are broken into main groups 12 inches and smaller and 13 inches and larger. Sizes 12 inches and smaller are generally listed by a two number size, such as 4.80-8 or 5.70-12. The first number in this size is the width of the tread, the second number is the size of the rim that it mounts on.
Trailer tyres for sale typically have C, D, or E load ranges. A load range 'C' tire, for example, is at its peak load capacity—possibly 1600 pounds—when it's inflated to its maximum pressure of 50 PSI. A load range 'C' tire at 25 PSI might be able to support a load of 990 pounds, while at 40 PSI, that capacity could be 1300 pounds.
For Trailer position tire, for example, Aulice's AR7371. Weight of it ranges from 58kg to 64kg for different sizes, including 11R22.5 and 12R22.5.
For instance, a 12R22.5 is a standard aspect radial tire. 12 means the nominal tread width measured in inches. R is the capital of Radial, and 22.5 would be the wheel diameter measured, which is measured in inches.
Bias-ply tires for classic cars have hard sidewalls, so if your rig tends to swing, they may help reduce this problem. They also have advantages in handling heavy objects. Radial tires for sale are much better in terms of tread wear. However, what makes off road trailer tires wear out is not tread wear, but oxidation.
Since the main task of trailer tyres for sale is to support vertical loads, rather than grabbing the car when turning, trailer tires on a vehicle do not need to be dynamically balanced like car tires. Compared with car tires, trailer tires don’t concern that much about steering and turning.
The working condition of trailer tyres for sale makes the off road trailer tyres wear out fast. Put simply, the uneven road puts more weight and pressure on one axis instead of evenly distributing weight to all wheels/trailer tires on a vehicle.