Trailer Tires

Trailer tires are now much more than just a part of the vehicle. Over time, companies have been innovating to find the perfect balance between performance and comfort, making these tires a great choice for drivers who value durability and strength. The extra width of these tires also makes for a smoother ride, while still giving enough grip for solid performance. We offer a wide range of trailer tires, carefully selected to make your driving experience better and more convenient. Our goal isn't just to sell tires; it's to enhance your drive. Take a look through our selection and find the tire that meets your needs!

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Green max

F835

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All-Season
All-Season
Trailer
Trailer
Highway
Highway

Starting from$149.45

Hi Run

SC 105

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Trailer
Trailer
Trailer
Trailer
Highway
Highway

Starting from$149.74

Mastertrack

UN-ALLSTEEL ST

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All-Season
All-Season
Trailer
Trailer
Highway
Highway

Starting from$152.63

Trailer King

Ultra STR

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All-Season
All-Season
Trailer
Trailer
Highway
Highway

Starting from$153.68

Advanta

AV3200 All Steel

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Trailer
Trailer
Highway
Highway

Starting from$154.99

Trailer King

Ultra ST

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All-Season
All-Season
Trailer
Trailer
Highway
Highway

Starting from$155.30

Samson

Gl285T

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All-Season
All-Season
Trailer
Trailer
Highway
Highway

Starting from$155.50

Yokohama

Y356

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Summer
Summer
Light Truck
Light Truck

Starting from$156.63

Nebula

Grand Trailer N' 001

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All-Season
All-Season
Trailer
Trailer
Highway
Highway

Starting from$159.85

Yokohama

Bluearth Van AS RY61

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All-Season
All-Season
Trailer
Trailer
Highway
Highway

Starting from$168.90

Hercules

Strong Guard C-ST

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Trailer
Trailer
Highway
Highway

Starting from$171.89

Goodyear

Endurance

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Trailer
Trailer
Highway
Highway

Starting from$174.99

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Frequently Asked Questions

Trailer tires usually don't need to be balanced, unlike regular tires for passenger vehicles. This is due to trailers having a different load distribution and typically moving at lower speeds.

The lifespan of trailer tires varies widely, but on average, they can last between 3,000 to 5,000 miles. This range depends on factors like usage, maintenance, and the quality of the tires.

You can purchase trailer tires from online retailers such as Discounted Wheel Warehouse. We provide the lowest prices on a wide range of trailer tires from different brands.

First, jack up the trailer. Second, remove the lug nuts. Next, take off the old tire and mount the new tire onto the wheel hub. Lastly, tighten the lug nuts, and lower the trailer.

Trailer tires generally last about 3 to 5 years if they are properly maintained. This lifespan can vary based on how the tires are used, how they're stored, and the maintenance they receive.