When it comes to selecting trailer rims, style is just a basic consideration. You'll want to make certain that your wheels can resist substances or chemicals to which they may become exposed. This is especially important if you're lining up to use your trailer for marine purposes. Salt water can destroy trailer wheels, causing them to corrode rapidly. Choosing the correct metal for your trailer wheels is more than an issue of visual appearance but more importantly, one of durability.
As you're shopping to upgrade the wheels on your trailer or you need new trailer wheel hubs, you need to know the lug pattern of the hub to determine the correct lug pattern of the trailer wheel size. Typical trailer rims sizes range from 14-to-18-inch with 4 lug, 5 lug, 6 lug or 8 lug patterns. The lug pattern measures the diameter around the circle formed by the lugs on the wheel. Two numbers are used to determine lug patterns, the first being the number of lugs on the wheel and the second being the distance measured across from each lug, or the diameter.
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Trailer Wheels are available in different finishes and sizes. Trailer Wheels are designed with maximum multi-fit (dual drill) capability to provide caliper clearance for most vehicles. Trailer Wheels are made from the latest technology to deliver world class cast and forged wheels. Trailer Wheels are ISO 9000, OEM, SEA, JWL-T, VIA, & TUV.
Once you have made your trailer wheel selection, you'll need some rubber to cover them. Have a look at our huge tire selection and finish that trailer with a great looking and perfectly performing set of trailer wheels and tires.