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Old 06-12-2012, 07:11 PM   #41
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IMO trailer tires should be rotated in a criss cross pattern especially if mainly towing on roads with a pronounced crown to them.Reason being that more of the trailer weight is shifted to the tires on the low side of the crown,therefore there is more wear to these tires.
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Old 06-12-2012, 07:25 PM   #42
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IMO trailer tires should be rotated in a criss cross pattern especially if mainly towing on roads with a pronounced crown to them.Reason being that more of the trailer weight is shifted to the tires on the low side of the crown,therefore there is more wear to these tires.
Just swapping tire from side to side on the same axle would be the same.
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Yes if your hitch was set perfectly but front or back of trailer may be higher putting a little more weight on one or the other,therefore criss cross is best IMO.
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Yes if your hitch was set perfectly but front or back of trailer may be higher putting a little more weight on one or the other,therefore criss cross is best IMO.
True that.
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