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Discussion in 'Trucks and Trailers' started by Ready to Mow, Jun 18, 2017 at 9:49 AM.
Its surge brakes , and they have their place on boat trailers . Not much else
Reread your last sentence and really think about the "Problem" you are having.
They're putting 5200lb axles on. I think they come with 6 lug rims
Then go with the 16 in and get the LT tires and dont look back
Right. there is no 16" trailer wheel with 5 holes.
But you can buy hubs or hub and drum assembly for 3500 axles with 6 on 5.5" bolt pattern
I guess I'll see how high the trailer is once it gets built. I was really hoping for nice long flat ramps, so hopefully that will still be the case.
A 235/75-16 is 2.75 inches taller than the 205-15. The deck height will not be 2.75 inches higher. It will be 1.375 inches taller.
A 16" LT tire is much better than the low bid trailer tires that are standard.
Cool. I'm not sure how you calculate that, but shouldn't make too much of a difference especially if they weld the hinges on so the gate isn't higher than the deck of the trailer.
2.75" is the total difference. 1/2 of that difference is ABOVE the centerline of the rim, and 1/2 is below. The part above the centerline does not affect the deck height.