Originally Posted by Steamintrains
I ended up getting from a tire store for $42 bucks. I called my closest RV dealer and they quoted me $74, but she said the price might be higher, it was a old catalog. It pays to shop around..
Make sure the wheels are rated for the GVWR of your trailer. I bought a couple of wheels from my RV dealer, and they were only rated for 1500 lbs. At that time I had a lightweight Trailmanor, but the single axle was over 3000 lbs., and I ended up getting ordering 2600 lb. wheels online.
If the camping ready weight of your camper over 6000 lbs. with tandem axles, then 1500 lb. wheels might not be enough.
Chap , DW Joy, and Fur Baby Sango
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